27 November 2019 / Words and photos by Rod Nicholas. Additional photos courtesy of Rob Wilko
Maybe it was the promise of great high-country roads. Maybe it was the lure of lunch at the Wildbrumby Distillery. Maybe it was the weather. Whatever it was, it certainly got a crowd of MX-5 enthusiasts excited.
17 September 2019 / Story by Michael Soulos, photos by Rob Wilko
with 207 attendees, 129 MX-5s, 12 trophies, morning tea, lunch and as close to perfect weather as anyone could ever have hoped for, this year's President's Picnic and competitions were a great success. Read more and see the competition results in News.
26 August 2019 / Words by Patrick McBride. Photos by Patrick McBride and Giulia Schiemer
The Muddy Duck is a cafe extraordinaire! Cafe, deli, giftware, florist and home wares businesses now located in Murrumburrah's Lighthouse Hotel, the Duck offers freshly roasted coffee, homemade cakes, sandwiches and excellent meals. We tried them all.
The registration process for the club to offer Historic Vehicle Registration should be finished within the next 4 weeks. This has been an extensive process requiring modifications to the club’s constitution and the development of procedures for the system.
Mazda Australia have issued a safety recall on the first batch of Mazda MX-5 NDs delivered to Australia in August 2015. If you own an ND, check the VIN list to see if your car is subject to the recall.
07 July 2019 / Words and pictures by John Chapuis and Rod Nicholas
For most people, the drive to Yass is about 60 km strait down the Barton Highway. But most people don’t drive sexy little MX-5s, and the people who do quite frequently take the long way to anywhere just for the fun of it ...
The Mazda MX-5 Club of New South Wales is in the process of setting up the systems and regulations required to meet the needs of the various bodies to be able to offer both Historic and Classic Vehicle Registration.