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Welcome to 2022 and the Peugeot Club of Queensland website.

Through this site you will be able to find contacts, club activities, a membership form, photos, Peugeots for sale and various useful links. Unfortunately since 2020 Covid restrictions curtailed many of our usual activities for some time, but we do what we can.

Thank you for visiting our site, we hope you find the visit interesting and it encourages you to come to at least one of the events this year. You will be most welcome. The activities of the club are varied: they usually include social, sporting and technical events.

We welcome you to the online world of Peugeot in Queensland and look forward to meeting you in real life as we progress through 2022.


Next General Meeting



14 July 2022

Cannon Hill Baptist Church, 170 Richmond Rd, Morningside, at 8:00pm.

From 2021 June, Meeting Venue Change

For other news or new classifieds you can also

check our Facebook  and our other web site at Shannons.

Sunday 10 July 2022

Our biggest event of the year



Murrarrie Recreation Reserve,

Wynnum Rd, Cannon Hill

public from 8:30am to 3:00pm

Whether your car is brand new, older but excellent, just average, ‘oily rag’ condition or even a ‘basket case’, then you should display your French car at the Grand Display of French Cars!

You do not need to be a member of the Citroen, Peugeot, Renault, or Simca Car Clubs to participate! Also, all French marques are especially welcome, so if you have an Amilcar, Bugatti, Cottin et Desgouttes, EHP, Farman, Gregoire, Hotchkiss, Induco, Janvier, Krieger, La Lincorne or even a Le Zebra, you will be made very welcome.

An entry fee of $10 per displayed car applies. ENTRY FORM HERE

Spectator entry is FREE!

Food and drinks available plus raffles and other attractions

   Classifieds  were  updated



ads and magazine articles delivered by 20th of June for July 2022 magazine please

Although 2021 was a year of disruptions, your committee managed to work around the health issues and have a social event every month.

Check this page for a summary of the year that was.

Our General Meeting will be both face to face at the Cannon Hill Baptist Church, 170 Richmond Rd, Morningside, at 8:00pm and online with WEBEX.

We will also endeavour to connect to the Webex meeting online for any who are ill or not within travelling distance and especially to adhere to Covid restrictions at any time.

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Sunday, June 19,


Brisbane Showgrounds,

too late to register, but is always a great spectacle. Always a few French cars in amongst the rest!