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The Peugeot Club of Queensland Inc. (PCQ) was formed in April 1978 by an enthusiastic group of Peugeot owners. Such a gathering has enabled Peugeot owners and enthusiasts to compare notes, swap technical information and spare parts, socialize and really enjoy their common interest, Peugeots. The fostering of friendships is ongoing and a lot of fun.


Membership of the club is for a calendar year. Through it many Peugeot owners throughout Australia keep in touch via magazines and web sites, as well as the opportunities to gather at various activities. We support a variety of club associations and our sister clubs throughout Australia and overseas.


General Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month (except January) at 8 pm, from June 2021 at the Cannon Hill Baptist Church, 170 Richmond Rd, Morningside, with a connection via Webex as well.  


We have restaurant evenings, touring Day Runs, picnics in and around Brisbane, cafe runs, driving weekends away and museum tours, and also join in with events run by other French car clubs around Brisbane.  

Motor sport activities include Driving Skill tests, Fuel Economy tests, Navigation or Observation runs, and driver education courses, and attendance at motor sporting events. The annual State of Origin Fuel Economy Run has recently morphed into a friendly State of Origin French themed Observation Run, where PCQ members from northern NSW and Qld compete in teams.

Annually one of the three French car clubs in Brisbane conduct a Grand Display of French Cars on a date as close as possible to Bastille Day. In 2018 the Peugeot club organised this event on Sunday 08 July 2018 at Murarrie Recreation Reserve, Wynnum Rd, Cannon Hill, photos now uploaded on this site. In 2019 it was organised by the Citroen club at the same venue. The 2020 and 2021 Grand Displays of French Cars were cancelled, and the next GDFC will be on 10 July 2022, organised by the Renault Car Club of Qld


The last Easter National Peugeot Pageant run by Qld was in 2018 at Boonah. Our most recent QLD Pageants before this were in 2014 at Boonah, 2009 at Stanthorpe and 2005 at Lismore. These Pageants combined many social and sporting events in one glorious weekend. Pageants are hosted by different states each year usually at Easter, in 2010 we met in Ulverston in Tasmania, 2011 in Canberra, 2012 in Young, 2013 in Wodonga, 2015 in Yass, 2016 at Oberon, 2017 at Merimbula and 2019 the Canberra club based the event at Queanbeyan. The NSW club was to be hosting the 2020 Pageant at Bathurst from 27 to 30 March, a week before Easter, but this has had to be cancelled and was to be in 2021 but with venue bookings still unsure has now been re-scheduled for 2023.

We also join in other national events, with members participating in days gone past in events such as Redex Rerun, this event involved cars from the 50s to 70s in a round Australia trip. We are also invited to participate in many weekend events by other state Peugeot clubs.


Peugeotmania is the monthly magazine emailed in full colour to financial club members, a black and white print copy is available if requested. The magazine includes reports from office bearers, and lists social and sporting activities for the following months. Included are Editorials, Classifieds, recounts of personal Peugeot experiences, Club and World Rally results, technical information and comments and articles thought to be of interest. Letters, photos and articles are most welcome from members.


Yes, we have a Facebook page as well. Check it out through the link at the bottom of every page on this site. Send a photo, pose a question, answer someone else’s question, discuss events…


Peugeot Club Membership encourages Peugeot owners and drivers. However, even if you don’t own a Peugeot, if you are interested and/or an enthusiast of the marque, then you are welcome too. The club’s members are scattered throughout the world. It doesn’t matter what age, model or condition your Peugeot is, or was many years ago, or would like to be, you should find a place in our club.

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