australian model engineering magazine
Model Engineering is a popular leisure-time activity worldwide and that popularity continues to grow at an amazing rate. Model engineers come from all types of backgrounds and occupations. They are generally a very friendly bunch of people, who are always ready to help others, especially newcomers to the hobby.the australian model engineering magazine caters for all interests in model engineering, including RC boats, planes, trains, traction engines and more!ame also has practical workshop projects and theoryame also has practical construction projects to assist you in development of your interest
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Clubs and Societies Listings- Australian and New Zealand

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This listing has been sorted alphabetically by State (Australia) and Island (NZ) and Club Name, in that order. There are bound to be some problems with the list but it is as up-to-date as we know it. Club Secretaries, please check your club’s entry for accuracy, or if it is not listed please inform AME as soon as possible. The list is mostly kept up-to-date from information supplied in club newsletters, except in instances where we are contacted directly. Many newsletters do not contain such basic information as public running days, hence the entries marked "unknown".

Some clubs are listed as "No public running", however, most welcome visiting model engineers. The protocol is to contact the club first and arrange a mutual time for your visit. Memebers of clubs with AALS insurance are reminded that they should inform their home club of their intention to visit other clubs.

Each club entry has several dot points under the club name, They indicate :-

  •  Location of miniature railway or other activity
  •  Public running days
  •  Postal address
  •  AMBSC Boiler ID Code