Western Sydney Historical Truck Club
In 2008, two machinery and truck enthusiasts started talking about old trucks and clubs and, in the absence of a club in Sydney, decided to form one themselves.
They set about planning, and historical registration was granted by the RTA and The Western Sydney Historical Truck Club (Inc) had its first meeting in December 2009 and hasn’t looked back since.
The Club holds its major event, “Haulin’ The Hume”’ every two years, where trucks travel the old Hume Highway to reminisce the good ol’ days and to raise funds for Autism Spectrum. Many of the truck drivers, transport industry companies and sponsors have family members affected by autism, so there is no hesitation by people to support the event.
We have trucks from all over Australia who travel from their home State just to participate in this one event.
Today, the Club has 112 members who enjoy regular get-togethers which include breakfast runs, family run days and sometimes just a barbecue-and-movie night.
We also attend events in support of other clubs and groups in country areas, throughout the year. We try to have something every month and they are always well attended.