The Macedon Ranges and District Motor Club Inc. was formed in 1983 (incorporated in 1984), to cater for the full spectrum of motoring enthusiasts.
Since inception, membership of the club has grown to number in excess of three hundred families from throughout Victoria, interstate and overseas.
The motoring interests of our club members are extremely diverse, including vintage, veteran and classic cars, trucks and motorcycles of all makes and models, stationary engines, tractors and bulldozers. Our primary objective is to encourage the restoration, preservation, operation and enjoyment of motors and motorised vehicles.
The Macedon Ranges and District Motor Club is renowned for the staging of the Annual Picnic at Hanging Rock display event, each February. Instigated in 1987, "Picnic at Hanging Rock" was conceived as an event for displaying and viewing special interest cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, stationary engines and pedal cars. This event has grown over successive years and now attracts well over 1500 display vehicles and thousands of spectators and is one of the premier Classic Car shows in Victoria.
The club was originally based in Woodend, but the unfortunate loss of our clubrooms in 1998 in a fire resulted in the club relocating to the Gisborne Steam Park in New Gisborne.
Whilst in Woodend the club was host of the Woodend Swap Meet.
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