The CHMC Annual Rally is held each year in a different NSW regional centre  and hosted by the local CHMC club.

The Annual Rally is traditionally held at Easter, but the date may vary to suit the host club. The Rally a gathering of between 100 to 300 veteran, vintage, post-vintage, 1950s to 1980s vehicles and their owners and families for a long weekend of motoring, sight-seeing, vehicle displays and socialising.

Judging at the Annual Rally determines the awarding of the COUNCIL'S PERPETUAL TROPHIES to members and vehicles from CHMC Affiliated Clubs:

  • The Mal Mason Shield Council's prestigious award for the Best Club Display at the Annual Rally                                           
  • The Concours d'Elegance Trophy, recognising the highest standard in vehicle restoration. CHMC winners include some of the most outstanding and widely applauded restorations in Australia. Sponsored by NRMA.                                        
  • Best Veteran                                                                              
  • Best Vintage
  • Best Post-Vintage
  • Best Fifties
  • Best Sixties 
  • Best Seventies
  • Best Eighties
  • Best Motor Cycle
  • Best Commercial Vehicle
  • Most Original Vehicle.

                 2017 Annual Rally Concours d'Elegance Winner                   1968 Dodge Coronet Convertible, Bob Callender

PAST CHMC ANNUAL RALLY HOST CLUBS

  • 1971 Canberra Antique & Classic Motor Club
  • 1972 Western District Antique Automobile Club, Dubbo
  • 1973 Wagga Wagga Veteran & Vintage Motor Club
  • 1974 Newcastle District Vintage Car Club
  • 1975 CWV&VAC now Orange & District Antique Motor Club
  • 1976 ACMC New England now Tamworth District Antique Motor Club
  • 1977 Parkes Antique Motor Club
  • 1978 Antique Car Club of Albury & Wodonga
  • 1979 Illawarra Vintage Car Club Wollongong
  • 1980 Canberra Antique & Classic Motor Club
  • 1981 Newcastle District Vintage Car Club
  • 1982 Western District Antique Automobile Club, Dubbo
  • 1983 Tamworth District Antique Motor Club
  • 1984 Wagga Wagga Veteran & Vintage Motor Club
  • 1985 Hastings Automobile Restorers Club, Port Macquarie
  • 1986 Central Coast Historic Car Club, Gosford
  • 1987 Newcastle District Vintage Car Club
  • 1988 Western District Antique Automobile Club, Dubbo
  • 1989 Northern Rivers Veteran & Vintage Car Club, Lismore
  • 1990 Namoi Valley Antique Vehicle Club, Narrabri
  • 1991 Parkes Antique Motor Club
  • 1992 Classic & Historic Automobile Club, Wagga Wagga
  • 1993 Tamworth District Antique Motor Club
  • 1994 CWV&VAC now Orange District Antique Motor Club
  • 1995 Central Coast Antique & Classic Motor Club, Wyong
  • 1996 Classic & Specialist Car Club, Armidale
  • 1997 Newcastle Vintage Car Club
  • 1998 Broken Hill Veteran & Vintage Car Club
  • 1999 Hastings Automobile Restorers Club, Port Macquarie
  • 2000 Wagga Wagga Veteran & Vintage Motor Club
  • 2001 Parkes Antique Motor Club
  • 2002 Wellington Antique Motor Club
  • 2003 Gundagai Antique Motor Club
  • 2004 Razorback Crankhandle Association Camden
  • 2005 Inverell Antique Motor Club
  • 2006 Veteran & Vintage Car Club of Goulburn
  • 2007 Parkes Antique Motor Club
  • 2008 Classic & Specialist Car Club, Armidale
  • 2009 Western District Antique Automobile Club, Dubbo
  • 2010 Classic Motoring Club of Wagga Wagga
  • 2011 Great Lakes Historic Automobile Club, Forster/Tuncurry
  • 2012 Orange District Antique Motor Club
  • 2013 Sapphire Coast Historic Vehicle Club and Bega Heritage Motor Club, Bega/Merimbula
  • 2014 Parkes Antique Motor Club
  • 2015 Classic & Specialist Car Club, Armidale
  • 2016 Temora Antique Motor Club
  • 2017 Antique Car Club of Albury Wodonga
  • 2018 Namoi Valley Antique Car Club, Narrabri
  • 2019 Griffith Historic Motor Club, Griffith