WELCOME TO THE COLAC COLLECTABLE CAR CLUB INC WEBSITE.
Take a tour of our website and you’ll learn a little about Colac Collectable Car Club, its members and their impressive array of vintage, veteran and classic vehicles and motorcycles.
If you would like more information about Colac Collectable Car Club, you can always get in touch with the club via our Contact the Club page.
We hope you enjoy the tour and will consider joining Colac Collectable Car Club on its journeys throughout Victoria and interstate.
The tabs at the top of the website should give you all the information you will need….
- HOME: a little bit of information about the Colac Collectable Car Club;
- ABOUT THE CLUB: NOTES FROM THE LAST MEETING: CLUB CONSTITUTION AND MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION & NEW APPLICATION FORM – the nuts and bolts of the Club and a membership form to download if you wish to become a member;
- CONTACT THE CLUB – please use this link to ask a question (no matter how trivial – you can ask and we’ll try to answer);
- LINKS – Federation of Veteran, Vintage & Classic Club.
Colac Collectable Car Club Inc – CELEBRATING 20 years……
Yes, the Colac Collectable Car Club celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2013 with a display of members’ vehicles in Colac’s Memorial Square. More than 80 cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles were on display and although the weather was wintry the celebration was popular with motoring enthusiasts and the general public.
Colac Collectable Car Club Inc, is based in the regional city of Colac in beautiful south-west Victoria. Colac is a small city in the Western District of Victoria, Australia, approximately 150 kilometres south-west of Melbourne on the southern shore of Lake Colac and the surrounding volcanic plains, approximately 40 km inland from Bass Strait.
The main form of transport in Colac is the automobile. The Princes Highway (part of Australia‘s circumnavigational Highway 1) runs through the city and forms its main street, Murray Street. The highway runs west toward Camperdown and east to Geelong and beyond to Melbourne. Several secondary sealed roads including the C161, C155 and C154 run south toward Apollo Bay and the coastal tourism areas of the Otway Ranges Great Ocean Road, Twelve Apostles and the Shipwreck Coast. The Colac-Ballarat Road runs north connecting Colac to Ballarat via Cressy.