The first Morris Register was formed in the UK in 1959. On August 10, 1973 a group of enthusiasts formed the NSW club.
Later, other branches were formed in Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and New Zealand. The club is affiliated with other Morris Registers around Australia. Every two years all the Registers meet at a national rally with each state taking turns to play host.
Committee Members 2018-2019
President: Greg Kean 0403 000 976 Vice Presidents: Allan Wilcox
Secretary: Judy Gold
Treasurer: Derek Black
Editor: Judy Gold
Plates Registrar: John Baguley
Newsletter Editor: Judy Gold
Spares Registrar: Gary Chivers
Committee Members: Anne Baguley
Meetings: 7.30pm First Friday of each month except January
35 Quarry Road, Dundas Valley 2117
PO Box 4138 Homebush South NSW 2140
Our aim is to promote, preserve and celebrate Morris and associated vehicles.
Members have access to an extensive library and a selection of spare parts to assist in restoration projects or general maintainence. Knowledge and experinced are shared and members are assisted in selling, buying or exchanging cars or spares.
We want to keep as many Morris vehicles in running order and on the road.
The club is part of the RMS Historic Vehicles registration program.
Membership of the Register is open to owners of all types of Morris vehicles, related marques and anyone with an interest in Morris cars or commercials. Events are held regularly which are not only for members to display their cars but are so that members may enjoy the outing.
The club meets on the first Friday each month (except January) at Rydalmere Bowling Club. Our monthly newsletter keeps members informed as well as feature stories on vehicles, restorations and club events.
Membership costs $35 per year.
Morris Register of NSW Inc