Queensland Historic Motoring Council Inc.
The peak representative body for Historic Vehicle Clubs in Queensland.
It represents its member clubs in negotiations with:
- Government departments,
- interstate peak motoring bodies
- commercial / public bodies.
Queensland Historic Motoring Council Inc. (QHMC) was formed in 1968. Initially Queensland Combined Council of Historic Vehicle Clubs Inc. (QCCHVC), the name was changed to Queensland Historic Motoring Council Inc. in 2009.
Queensland Historic Motoring Council Inc. (QHMC) represents over 100 member clubs across Queensland comprising of approximately 13,000 club members and 21,000 historic vehicles.
Membership is open to all historic motor vehicle clubs, supporting vehicles more than 30 years old. (Affiliation with the QHMC does not include hot-rod clubs or street-rod clubs. These are catered for under different organisations.)
Affiliated clubs include:
- Veteran, Vintage, Historic and Classic vehicle clubs.
QHMC is affiliated with Australian Historic Motoring Federation Inc. - AHMF.
- Monthly Meetings
- 4th Thursday of every month except December
- Meetings start at 7:30pm
- First Monday of the month except January
Australian Motor Heritage Foundation Survey
Dear Motoring Club Representative
The Australian Motor Heritage Foundation (AMHF) is conducting a survey of heritage vehicle owners to ascertain the contribution that the heritage vehicle sector, both classic and historic, makes to the Australian economy. This survey is fully supported by the Queensland Historic Motoring Council.
The survey, being distributed through clubs like yours, is being conducted on the Survey Monkey platform by the economics advisory firm, The Mercurius Group.
It is anticipated that the survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete and is totally anonymous as we do not capture any private details of respondents.
The survey can be completed by following the link below, which takes you to a preamble of the survey which provides further details and instructions.
We would be grateful if you distribute the survey to all of your members via email as soon as possible.
We aim to get at least 10-20% of members from each club responding. The survey will remain "live" until mid September and we may ask you to follow up your members during the course of the next months, depending on response rates.
We will of course share the findings of the study with all participating clubs.
The Australian Motor Heritage Foundation
- $1 per club member, minimum cost $30pa, maximum cost $200pa
- Yearly Bill Cycle Date is July 1st
- 2023-2024 Subscription Renewal Form