About The Club
Club Maserati Australia (CMA) is based in Sydney.
Originally established as "The Maserati Club of Australia (NSW)" the Club was established in 1989 by an intrepid band of Maseratisti at Toto's Pizzeria in the Sydney suburb of Five Dock. A small band of Biturbo and GT owners sharing a mutual passion gathered to create a forum to exchange ideas, enjoy good food and wine and share their passion for the Trident.
Today the Club has 100 members from all around Australia. Changing the name to "Club Maserati Australia" in 1994 to reflect the direction the factory was taking with the Club network, the Club has a strong cross representation of most of the models that Maserati has produced. Club members experience a wide variety of events, from social dinner gatherings to car focused events either organised by the Club or at the invitation of other motoring groups. The Club is an active participant in the motoring scene in Australia through its affiliation with the Council of Motoring Clubs (CMC). In addition, as an affiliate of the Confederation of Australian Motorsport (CAMS), members have the opportunity to participate in track events.
In 2001 the Club became affiliated with The Maserati Club (TMC), becoming the seventh "Chapter" and second overseas affiliated Club. This arrangement provides a significant boost to CMA and provides members with access to a worldwide network of Maserati experts and enthusiasts as well as the club publication “Il Tridente”. CMA also maintains contact with Maserati clubs in South Africa, UK, France, and Italy.
The Club committee meets on the first Saturday of each month alternating at Ferrari Maserati Sydney in Waterloo, McCarroll's Maserati and Andrea Motori in Artarmon. All Club members are welcome to attend - please contact one of the committee members to find out which venue is hosting the meeting or find the details on the Events section of this site.
You can view a copy of our club constitution here.