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Upcoming Events

For sanction numbers and further details check the ASRF Web Site

Sat 3rd - Mon 5th Feb, Coaster Hot Rod Club Coaster Coastal Cruise

9th–11TH Feb Currarong Campout Weekend, Shoalhaven Street Rodders

10TH-11TH Feb The Australian T-Bucket Nationals, Hawkesbury Showgrounds

18th Feb Tamworth Outlaw HRC Swap Meet & Car Show

8th–10TH March Rods at Savanah Park, Tamworth Roadrunners Rod & Custom Club

Members Page

The CHRA has evolved into what it is today - an open forum for all interested Hot Rodders. We invite all enthusiasts of modified Hot Rods and Customs to our meetings, and that includes those who are already in another club. 

The CHRA meets once a month to discuss matters of a Hot Rodding nature. At this time, meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at the Spanish Club, 5 Narupai Place, Narrabundah, ACT commencing at 7PM. Members are encouraged to attend regular monthly meetings and stay up to date with changes to the administration of our hobby, coming events and to interact with like minded enthusiasts.

Members Cars. Click HERE to see some of the current Members Cars!


The current membership base is strong and extremely diverse, with garage scenes taking in some of the cars currently under construction, outings and Rod runs.  Annual membership fees are just $20 per person, and are due before the Annual General Meeting each year. New and existing members must complete a Membership Application/Renewal Form so that the committee always has your details up to date.

New Members. New members must attend at least two consecutive monthly meetings before being endorsed as full members.

Full Members' Obligations. To maintain full membership members must attend  at least one general meeting and one CHRA event a year, as well as  the annual general meeting and any special resolution.

Application forms are available HERE and at the monthly meetings.

Bring your hard copy form to the Treasurer at a meeting or scan and email to Fees can be direct deposited or you can pay cash/cheque to the Treasurer at the meetings. Details are on the membership form.

Members of the CHRA can send images of their cars and/or projects along with technical details to and they will be added to the Members Cars page.

The CHRA was incorporated in 1994. The constitution of the CHRA can be downloaded HERE. The Bylaws of the CHRA can be downloaded HERE.


The CHRA is a charter association of the Australian Street Rod Federation (Inc) or commonly known as the ASRF. You need to be a financial member of the ASRF to join the CHRA. We can accept your ASRF fees at the discounted club rate on behalf of the ASRF.

The Street Rodders Handbook is the official publication of the Australian Street Rod Federation. Download the ASRF Street Rodders Handbook.

CHRA Apparel

The CHRA now has polo shirts, hoodies and jackets for CHRA Members. Go to the APPAREL page for images and sizing, and online ordering information.


The CHRA Annual General Meeting is held within the first three months of each financial year.

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is an important event for every organisation and an essential requirement for incorporated organisations. It gives its members, the general public and the committee a broad overview of the Association's current directions and financial health and confirms its purpose.

It is also the time to revitalise the Association through the official engagement of members into key elected positions.

Most importantly, the CHRA wants to make the AGM a positive experience, ensuring that members have a say in the direction of the Association and go away firmly committed to its goals, long and short term, with the members knowing they have contributed to the preferred way forward of the Association.

It is also an important governance process for the members of the CHRA. It can ensure transparency, provide updates and give members an opportunity to vote on a range of matters.

The purpose of an AGM is to

    • Comply with legislative requirements
    • Present the financial accounts to the members
    • Report to the members on the activities of the club
    • Ensure committee rotation happens in an orderly manner
    • Consider and vote on rule changes and recommendations
    • Consider any other topics as required by the Association’s rules
    • Appointment of an auditor/public officer (if required)
    • Provides the members the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback to the committee