Morris Registers of Australia

Morris Register of NSW

Morris Register of NSWThe Morris Register of NSW was formed in 1973. The club meets monthly in Rydalmere and has a varied social program including monthly runs.

The club participates in the RMS Conditional Registration system. (commonly known as Heritage Plates)

The club is affiliated with other Morris Registers around Australia and the UK as well as The Association of British Car Clubs and the BMC Leyland Australia Heritage Group.

Our aim is to keep Morris cars on the road, restored or original. We welcome anyone with an interest in Morris or Morris related cars.

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Morris Register of QLD

Morris Register of QLDThe Morris Register of Queensland is a club formed in 1978 to encourage the preservation and use of all Morris vehicles. We are associated with the Morris Register of the United Kingdom, South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria and New Zealand. A large database is kept on most models and a small library is stored at Cambooya, Queensland. Morris vehicles were first built in 1913 and continued through until the late 1970s.

The Queensland Register regularly holds its meeting on a monthly run, this is normally held on the third Sunday, but does vary. The monthly magazine is published in the first week of the month and provides information such as the meeting minutes, future events, cars and parts for sale/wanted and technical articles or copies of Morris advertisements. Members are located throughout Queensland and other Australian States and own a wide variety of Morris vehicles.

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Morris Register of SA

Morris Register of SAOriginally the Morris 8/40 Club, formed in 1973, we became the Morris Register in 1977 and is the oldest Morris Register in Australia. Today we have close ties with the Morris Registers in the other Australian States.

We also organise mid-week runs for those who are able to attend and have clubroom open days throughout the year to allow members to use our facilities and socialise. Midweek runs are usually held on a Wednesday.

The Nuffield News is published monthly and mailed out a week prior to the general meeting. The newsletter contains a program of events, articles, adverts for vehicles , parts wanted and for sale, swap meet dates and venues and other information of interest to members.

This Annual Nuffield Day celebrates the club's birthday and is usually held towards the end of January. It is also known as the President's run because the President gets to organise the event. The format of the day is usually a run followed by lunch at a suitable park.

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