Our sister clubs
Established in 1971 to focus primarily on the presentation, restoration and continued use of the Austin A40, with owners of other Austin models welcome.
Established in 1967 to promote, preserve and assist in the restoration of a wonderful, small car that is so much a part of our motoring history.
Set up by enthusiasts 40 years ago to promote, preserve and assist in the restoration of a wonderful, small car that is so much a part of our motoring history.
Established in 1970 to share the feeling of owning one of the best sports cars and to help overcome some of the challenges of owning a Healey.
Catering for owners and enthusiasts of all models and variants of Austin Motor Vehicles.
This Melbourne club is dedicated to the maintenance, preservation and enjoyment of the Austin Healey roadster.
Based in Melbourne, is one of the oldest single make car clubs in the Australia.
An all cars club based in Seaton, a suburb of Adelaide, SA and host club for AOA 2019
Austin Motor Vehicle Club of WA
The AMVC of WA welcomes everyone with an interest in Austin vehicles. Ownership of an Austin is not a requirement of membership. There is no website for this club. Latest newsletters below (note club minutes & financial information has been removed from the original newsletter).
International Car Clubs
A car club based in the UK, but with a truly international membership
Parts for Austins
We are compiling a list of links to suppliers of parts for Austins. If you have dealt with someone or a company who has provided you with a solution for your Austin, let us know and we'll add a link to their website for others to use.
British Classic Spare Parts - carries a large range of parts for Austins & other British cars
British Classic Car Buy Swap Sell - a dedicated classifieds web site for owners and fellow enthusiasts within the Australian British classic car community