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Welcome to 2021 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 in 2020 Covid 19 restrictions curtailed many of our usual activities for some time, but we did start again in July, and continued in September, October, November and December.

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 as restrictions are lifted. 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 into 2021.


Next General Meeting



10 June 2021

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

2021 June Meeting Venue Change

For other news or new classifieds you can also check our Facebook and our other web site at Shannons.

A Grand Display of French Cars

Sunday 04 July 2021

   Classifieds  were  updated



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Saturday 19 JUNE 2021

Breakfast at Lorikeet's Coffee Shop at Nielson’s Nursery, 9-51 Beenleigh-Redland Bay Road, Loganholme just off the Pacific Hwy: 8:00am for full breakfast, 9:00 am for coffee and a look around

About 9:30 am we drive in convoy to visit Mt Cotton Hillclimb to arrive at Gramzow Road off Mount Cotton Road about 10:00am.   More details on calendar page

A convoy will depart Nielsen’s nursery by exiting left and crossing to the right lane, doing a u-turn at the roundabout to travel east on Beenleigh Redland Bay Road (47) then turn left at traffic lights on to Mount Cotton Road (45).

Continue about 3km. You will see the Blue WEST COTTON TRAINING CENTRE/WASTE TRANSFER STATION sign (now RACQ MOBILITY CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE) and bitumen road turning in, this is about 380m before your left turn into Gramzow Road near the brow of the next hill. It is a dirt road about 600m to competitors’ only gate, continue another 100m to the spectator parking area.

(Do not follow GPS directions to Gramzow Road from the west, there is a missing bridge!)  Please contact Neil 0409 934 718 Kay 0478 222 788  if you are attending, numbers required preferably by Monday 14 June.

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

Due to Covid restrictions we will not be providing food and drinks to share but you are allowed to bring some for your own consumption, not for sharing. We also will be observing any health rules that apply at the time, including recording contact details.

We will also attempt to connect to the Webex meeting online for any who are ill or not within travelling distance but do not know if this is actually going to be achievable until we try on the night.

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