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Christmas Party - Sunday 2nd Dec - 11:30am-3:00pm (Posted 9 Oct 2018)

2018 AROCA Qld Christmas Party

For this year's Christmas party we are returning to the Tavernetta Function Centre at Carseldine; a spacious, air-conditioned function centre with plenty of secure off-street parking. Lunch will be a Christmas-themed buffet with plenty of hot and cold choices as well as scrumptious desserts. A cash bar will be in operation allowing you to toast the festive season as you catch up with other members, reminisce about the year that was and plan the new year to come. Arrive from 11:30am and we will wrap-up by 3:00pm. Plenty of secure off-street parking at the venue. Cost: $40 a head. To secure your seat, BOOK NOW!  [➠ Online Booking Form]

Alfesta 2019 - Book Now (Posted 10 Oct 2018)

Alfesta 2019 - Mornington Peninsular - VictoriaAlfesta 2019 will be held from Friday 19 April 19 to Monday 22 April 2019 around the stunning Mornington Peninsular area in Victoria. For early arrivals, there will be an optional meet-and-greet on the Thursday night. The event will also celebrate 50 years of AROCA Victoria, so it is sure to be a great weekend! [➠ Visit Alfesta 2019 website and Book Now]

AROCA - Queensland Division (Inc.)

The Alfa Romeo Owners Club of Australia is one of the largest single-marque automobile clubs in Australia.

The Queensland state-division of AROCA, founded in 1975, offers its members the opportunity to participate in a wide range of competitive and social events.

All models, ages and conditions of Alfa Romeos are appreciated by Alfisti. So, whether you have just taken delivery of a brand new car, or are only beginning the restoration of a older model, you will be warmly welcomed into the Club.

AROCA (Qld) is incorporated and is managed by a Committee of office bearers. It has a formal constitution and holds its Annual General Meeting in August each year.

Joining is easy. An annual membership also includes a subscription to Per Sempre Alfa, the Club magazine.

Don't delay; join now! For more information about the Club or any of the activities, feel free to contact a Committee member.

Alfa Romeo Trivia

In 1910 a draughtsman named Romano Cattaneo who was given the job of coming up with a badge for a new Milan-based company A.L.F.A. With the help of Giuseppe Merosi his sketches incorporated both Milan's emblem and that of the Visconti family in a circular motif, bordered by a dark blue metallic ring containing the inscription ALFA and MILANO separated by two Savoy dynasty knots.


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