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How to become a member of the DVHCC Inc.

The DVHCC Inc. caters for vehicles built prior to 31st December 1942.  If you have such a vehicle or an interest in these vehicles you may wish to join the Club as a member.
In the Menu above click About. Here you will find the History of the Club, How to Join, a Copy of our “Rules of Association” and a few Members Pages.


Road Safety (Vehicles) Amendment (Club Permit) Regulations 2015

Information about Club Permit Scheme can be found by clicking “About” on the main menu then “Club Permit Scheme”.

The 20 page Regulations from Vic Roads can be downloaded in PDF. Click Here.

To read the changes to the Club Permit Scheme that came into effect 31 January 2015  Click Here.

41st BERWICK SWAP MEET “Saturday” 2nd February 2019.

The Next Berwick Swap Meet will be held on Saturday 2nd February 2019 at Akoonah Park, Princes Highway Berwick.
To download the 2019 Berwick Swap Meet Flyer   Click Here.

See “Coming Events” for more information.


The next Federation Scoresby Picnic will be held on Sunday 31st March 2019.  Hosted by the DVHCC Inc. for the Federation of Veteran, Vintage & Classic Car Clubs.
To download the 2019 Scoresby Picnic Flier  click here

Come along and enjoy an old fashion country picnic. For vehicles 25 years and older. CPS eligible. BYO picnic lunch.  Sausage sizzle, tea, coffee available to purchase.

For further information contact the Scoresby Federation Picnic organiser
Mobile:  0409 144 603
Email: picnic@dvhcc.com.au


Members monthly general meetings of the DVHCC Inc. are held on the first Friday every month.



A DVHCC Inc. Club Outing or Run is generally held on the Sunday following the meeting every month. Most members attend these events in Club eligible vehicles (manufactured prior to 31 December 1942) The convoy of vehicles is usually a sight to behold. (Click on the latest Newsletter to read the Club Calendar)

The Dandenong Valley Historic Car Club Inc. joins the West Gippsland Vehicle Restorers Club for a combined Annual Christmas Party every year.

The DVHCC Inc. every year changes the cover of its Newsletter. A competition is held around May where members submit an entry to be voted on. While the Club colors are Blue and Yellow, any color design may be chosen. (Click on the “Newsletters” page to see some of the past designs winners)


This is the website for the Dandenong Valley Historic Car Club Inc.  It serves the Dandenong Valley region,  centred around 40 kilometres south east of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

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