Welcome to the website of the

Rover Car Club of South Australia Inc.

1977 – 2019

RCCSA Celebrating over 40 years of supporting one of ‘Britain’s Finest’ cars. 


If you wish to join a group of like-minded rover enthusiasts do it NOW! As a very special opportunity the RCCSA are offering 12 month membership for $1. (Yes ONE Dollar)

See the membership page of this site for more details and an application form!


Join us for the National Rove 2020 in South Australia.

Click below for more details.

Rove 2020 Expression of interest

Visit the ROVE 2020 page – under ‘events’ on this website to get the latest information about ROVE.

Presidents welcome.

Formed in 1977, the Rover Car Club of South Australia celebrated its 40th Anniversary in 2017. Since its inception it has grown in member size and is a club that is highly regarded by its peers within Australia. Over its 40-year history it has been instrumental in launching some great events here in South Australia, the main one being in 1986 when its British Breakfast would ultimately become the now famous All British Day held each February.

The club members have a great array of vehicles manufactured by Rover from the 1920s through to the last of “Britain’s Finest”, the ‘75’ in 2004. The greatest number of Rovers in the club are the P5/P5B series with no less than 21 great examples. It is interesting to note that the P4 or “Auntie” model has grown to 12 fine examples. Of the post war Rover P3, which celebrates its 70th Anniversary in 2018, the club enjoys 15 of these fine vehicles in its fleet (0.2% of Rover’s production!). Not forgetting the Land Rover, which also celebrated its 70th Anniversary in 2018, the club having a good representation of these from over the years.

During each year the club hosts a great cross section of ‘fun runs’ and events for members along with guest presenters at its monthly general meetings. Our members are progressive, social and accepting of all new members who share the Rover passion.

Please enjoy our website which highlights not only our club and its activities through great stories and pictures but also “Britain’s Finest”, Rover vehicles. If you too share our interest and passion for these wonderfully, well engineered advanced in their time, British motor vehicles then why not contact us now as we are offering a great incentive to join our club. 12 month membership is only one dollar, with all of the benefits, see our membership page HERE for more information. I hope to see you at one of our great events soon.

Join us in “Rovering On”

Brian Rippon President



The first issue of Roverdrive for the new decade is out for January 2020. This issue has details of the club’s $1 membership offer, (tell your friends), a wrap up of the Jaguar Run, more great club regalia and how to purchase it, the updated events calendar, and more.

See the ‘regalia’ page on this website to print order forms and see more information on the great range of RCCSA branded clothing.


Members can also view all electronic editions of Roverdrive on the ‘members only’ page of this website.

David Bache was responsible for styling cars for Rover that are still recognised as icons today. He is responsible for work on the P5, the P6 as depicted above, and the entire SD1 project. He was responsible for the detail that gave Land Rovers their distinctive shape by introducing, among other changes, the ‘hip’ on the series 2, that carried over to the Defenders right up to 2016. The distinctive detail changes David made to the first Range Rover are still used to identify the vehicle’s DNA on the current Range Rover Vogue, Sport, Evoque and Velar .

The LAST one!

Sadly this is the very last Rover to be produced. It is a 2005 firefox red, CDTi Rover 75 Connoisseur, and is now on display at the Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon in the UK.