(The Branch offers a number of facilities to members as described below.)

The Club Rooms
The Branch has its own premises at MacLean Street in Cambridge. This location is central to the whole Waikato region and handily placed for the main population centres of Morrinsville, Hamilton, Te Awamutu, Huntly, Matamata and Cambridge itself.

The property housing the clubrooms contains a main meeting hall, kitchen, toilet and shower facilities, and store rooms. The main building was originally a Patetonga School building that was re-located, refurbished and extended by members. Much of the required maintenance work is still carried out by members during periodic "working bees".

There is a library and a parts shed plus grassed and car parking areas. The land area is approximately one and a half acres in an attractive tree-planted recreational reserve on the eastern boundary of Cambridge Borough.

Research and Information
The Branch has an extensive library of veteran, vintage and post vintage-era vehicle manuals, handbooks and general historic vehicle literature of all types for those wishing to browse or who need information on restoration or maintenance of their particular vehicle.

A Branch newsletter, 'The Venture', is published each month giving details of upcoming events, reports on various Branch activities, members' vehicles, for sale/wanted adverts and so on.  To view a sample of our newsletter please click here.

All members receive a copy of the national historic vehicle magazine Beaded Wheels which is a mine of information. Vehicles restored and unrestored can be bought, sold or exchanged through this medium.

We also boast an impressive Parts Shed which is stocked with a regularly changing range of historic vehicle spare or replacement parts. Our annual Swap Meet at the Karapiro Domain is another fine source of parts needed for restoration projects or maintenance. The swap meet is held in November.

Club Nights
Monthly meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday evening of each month, gathering from 7 p.m. onwards at the Clubrooms. There is branch business, generally followed by a demonstration or guest speaker covering subjects of interest to members, and discussion on the chosen topic.

Each month the Branch members get together for an organised event which may take the form of a mini rally (following written instructions to travel from point A to point B), gymkhana, shed raid or tour. These events normally visit some point of interest to all members, followed by friendly socialising etc.  In addition our motorcycle section has bi-monthy social runs for the two-wheeled enthusisasts.

Principal Events
Principal events covering all classes of vehicles are held regularly during the year both locally and nationally.  See here for further details.on local events.  For the National Calendar click here.