Moto Guzzi Clubs in Australia


If you know of any others, please tell us.


New South Wales

Moto Guzzi Owners Association of NSW Inc. (MGOA)
Meetings: Second Tuesday of each month at 8:00 pm at 'Creek and Cella', 54 Norton St, Leichhardt. Meals are available from 6:00 pm, including a 'Club Special' for members.
The Club holds regular rides, including day rides, weekends away and other events. The Club hosts the Ragged Fringe Rally, which is typically held in September.
Annual Fees are $30m with a joining fee $10.00 for new members. Badges, T-shirts and other merchandise are also available throught the club.
To join, fill in the form on the club's website at, email the committee at or just come along to a club meeting.

Address: PO Box 392 Camperdown, NSW 1450




Moto Guzzi Owner's Club of Victoria (MGOCV).

The club was formed around 24 years ago in a pub in Carlton by several like minded individuals. Soon after it was formed it was decided that they would start an annual rally which they called The Spaghetti Rally which has been held every year since.

The club also holds a second rally called the V2 at Walhalla in Gippsland. The club attracts around 60 to 80 paid up members annually and we produce a monthly magazine which contains stories from members tech tips social events etc. There is also a calendar of upcoming rides and events including weekends away and the popular bi annual trip to Tasmania.

Social Sips are held on the first Wednesday and Committee Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of every month at the same venue, the Leinster Arms Hotel. Check the social calendar for any further information on dates. All members and their friends are welcome.

Contact Details:

Mail: Moto Guzzi Club of Victoria P.O. Box 340 Balwyn, Vic. 3103.



Moto Guzzi Club of Queensland
Meetings are on the first Wednesday of each month at 7.30 p.m. at The Motorcycle Sportsmans Club House, 35 Crosby Rd Albion, Brisbane.
Each year a few day rides and weekenders are organised, but the main event of the year is the Ruptured Budgie Rally in May. It's held on the Queensland side of the Severn River near Mingoola, about 60 km west of Tenterfield.

Snail: P.O. Box 1159 FORTITUDE VALLEY 4006
Mark Ferguson is the president.


South Australia


A bunch of no-good reprobates. The Moto Guzzi Appreciation Fraternity of SA has no presidents, secretaries, or committees. If you want to join, then you're a Frat. There's no joining fee and your only obligation is to show us your favourite stretch of roads. This is "organising a ride". Organising a ride involves spreading the word saying where we're meeting and roughly where we're going. Somehow, it will miraculously appear in the next edition of The Fraterniser's Comprehensive Social Life Organiser.

Most of us Frats have Guzzis but some of us don't. Most like a beer but some prefer Guinness. Some of us have a Frat patch, which you'll get after your first ride, and a few of us long-time Frats even have the ragged remains of a Frat T-shirt.

Send an e-mail to and you'll find there's always a few of us with a full tank of petrol, a Hills pub or coffee joint in mind, and itchin' to.... Abite in Colles


Western Australia

Moto Guzzi Owners Group - Western Australia

We are a free to join organization acting as a central social point for Moto Guzzi owners in WA.

There are no official committees, co-ordinators, Presidents, or any of that jazz, just a group of like minded motorcyclists that share a common passion in Moto Guzzi.

There is no ride committee, so, everyone is encouraged to have a go at organizing a ride or event (we do ask for a minimum of one per month).

If you organize a ride or event, e-mail the ride or event info to Simon - & it will be added to the Rides & Events page on the GuzziWA website.

Visit for all this, member pics, event pics & more.





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Northern Territory