Sunday 24th February
GCAAC hosted the Combined Run with Gold Coast MG Club & Automobile Restorers Club. Even though there were intermittent showers, 40 members of the combined clubs assembled in 26 cars at the clubhouse for the 9 AM start. Travelling towards the scenic Springbrook area, we could see where all the millions of dollars were spent repairing the recently reopened Mudgeeraba Springbrook Road at Neranwood. The after-effects of Cyclone Debbie.
Travelling on Nerang-Murwillumbah Rd through Numinbah, the morning tea stop was at Bochow Park at Natural Bridge. Morning tea was interrupted by a quick shower when everyone dashed for their cars. Especially the MGs owners with their hoods down.
Continuing along the Nerang-Murwillumbah Rd, the cars then headed south through Chillingham & Crystal Creek to Kyogle Road. Skirting around Uki, the cars travelled through Stokers Siding and onto Tweed Valley Way. After passing through Mooball and then turned onto Wooyung Rd to go to Pottsville Tavern for a delicious lunch.
A special mention to the late John Talbot for organising a very enjoyable day.