The MJCQ Inc. was formed in April 1974 to bring together people interested in the WWII Jeep and other military vehicles of WWII vintage.
The MJCQ inc is an affiliate member of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association.
The MJCQ inc holds monthly meetings at our clubhouse located at the Rocklea Showgrounds, Ipswich Rd, Rocklea, Queensland, Australia. These meetings are conducted on the second Wednesday of every month at 7:30 pm except in December when we hold a Christmas party in lieu.Website: www.mjcqinc.com
Rivercity Steel Band is a community band, rehearsing on Wednesday evenings at Rocklea Showgrounds, 118 Goburra Street.
The band learns and performs Caribbean style music on traditional Trinidadian steel pans with a repertoire ranging from Trinidadian soca to Western popular music.
The band welcomes anyone who would like to learn to play these beautiful instruments to come and join in the fun.Website: www.rivercitysteelband.com
The Club Meetings are held once a month on a Sunday at Rocklea Showgrounds with workshop activities commencing from 8:30am where you can bring and work on your own timepiece using the club's extensive range of equipment
The common bond is an interest in the knowledge of timekeeping, particularly mechanical watches and clocks. We can provide assistance to those of you who - Collect clocks and/or watches and would like to join a like-minded group of people in a friendly environment, intend to acquire skills which would assist in the repair or restoration of clocks/watches that you own, have queries relating to clocks and watches or widen your horological knowledge and understanding.
So whatever your horological interest, you are welcome to join us at our next meeting.Website: www.queenslandclocksandwatches.com
The Classic Speedway Assn QLD Inc., was formed on the 2nd March 1998 in Brisbane by a number of dedicated speedway enthusiasts whose vision was to see one organization encompass ALL divisions of restored classic and vintage speedway machines without age restriction.Website: classicspeedway.com
The club was formed in 1982 by a group of like-minded Volkswagen enthusiasts.
The National "Bug In" is now an annual event, when Volkswagens from most parts of Australia come together, to meet socially and/or take part in events.Website: www.vwdcqinc.org.au
Heritage Truck Association Australia Inc., a Club which meets on the third Tuesday of every month at the Rocklea Showgrounds, Brisbane, in the room opposite the Canteen. Meetings commence at 7pm and new members are welcome.
The highlight of our activities is our annual Truck Show, held over the third weekend in May at the Rocklea Showgrounds. We have a dinner (bookings essential) and entertainment in the Hall at the grounds on the Saturday night. The Club also produces an excellent bi-monthly magazine, ‘The Heritage Hauler’, which is distributed to all members. Membership is only $50.00 per annum. We are a non profit Club, with membership fees helping to pay for the Heritage Hauler, the Truck Show, and other Club runs and social activities.
Our aims are:
Established late 1976 with the first official club run in January 1977
MEETINGS are held on the 2nd Monday of each month in the Rocklea Showgrounds.Website: www.fxfjholdenclub.com