Moruya Antique Machinery And Tractor Association

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Community Members - Moruya Antique Machinery And Tractor Association

The club was formed in late 1996 and incorporated in 1997. The Moruya Agricultural Society had wanted to display some vintage farm machinery at their 120th Anniversary Show in 1996 to facilitate this a small group of local men who had discovered a common interest in vintage tractors agreed to assist. At the show, they met other owners of tractors and/or engines, and it was decided to form an Association.There are now around 50 members, women and men, dedicated to the preservation of our national heritage.

They have vintage machinery rallies at the Moruya Show-ground attend local community events and meet once a week at the Machinery Shed in the grounds of the Original Gold Rush Colony in Mogo.

The club's creed is to obtain, maintain, preserve, restore and display machinery from our pioneering and early farming years, for the education and enjoyment of today's generation and future generations. This includes vintage machinery of all types; tractors, stationary & portable engines, trucks, pumps, gristers, chaff-cutters, grinders, etc, MATAMA is recognised by the NSW RTA as an "Historic Vehicle Club" which allows easier movement of approved vehicles with this type of conditional registration.

As members of the "National Historic Machinery Association" they have both Public Liability & Personal Accident Insurance cover and operate under their "Safety Guidelines"

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