Monthly Club Nights: Start at 7pm on the second Tuesday each month. The format is relaxed and includes an update of club events and a guest speaker. Presentations cover many subjects, from new model releases, classic restorations, performance enhancements through to general interest topics.
Club Magazine: Four issues of our full colour magazine, Porsche Power, are published each year. And to make sure you’re always informed about the latest club happenings, our website is regularly updated..
Social Outings: We offer a diverse range of social activities designed to ensure there’s something for everyone. From breakfast runs, to country drives, to go-kart challenges and weekends away.
Competition Events: We are CAMS affiliated and our motorsport events are run under CAMS permits. These events are only open to Porsche Club NSW members, and members must hold a CAMS licence to enter.
Our annual competition calendar includes Super Sprints and Motorkhanas, all held at premier motorsport venues such as Eastern Creek and Wakefield Park. Each event is a round in either our Sprint or Motorkhana Championships and our Drivers Championship is a combination of both disciplines.
We also offer invitational non-championship events such the Porsche vs BMW Challenge Day at the end of each year. Not surprisingly, the battle of the German marques is hotly contested.
Technical Days: Usually held on weekends, these provide an opportunity to go 'behind the scenes' on a Porsche or related technology. A typical Tech Day might include a briefing on the nature and development of a specific model of Porsche as well as practical tips on maintenance and the opportunity to see the inner workings.
Vehicle Registers: The Registers are a celebration of the marque at a more intimate level and their purpose is to unite the activities of a model and to foster greater camaraderie. The registers aim to be a source of detailed technical knowledge, to promote the virtues of the model to the club as a whole, and to coordinate specific events for that model.