100 Years of Service
Since the beginning, we've operated and contributed to shaping our island and supporting our community. From countless roadside rescues to lifesaving advocacy, we’ve been firmly in Tasmania’s corner.
We’ve been a beacon through the dark hours. We’ve helped bring more value to our members’ lives. And we’ve spoken up where it matters most.
To celebrate the past 100 years of being Tasmania’s shoulder to lean on, we’ve commissioned Tasmanian-based historian and author Nick Brodie to write a limited-edition book RACT 100 Years of Service.
Full of images from the last 100 years, this history is not simply the story of a company, it is the story of a community of people, a club, who share a common interest in a common place.
Like many a Tasmanian road, our story has a few twists and turns, and these can be discovered in the 250+ pages of this quality hard-cover publication.
RACT 100 Years of Service will be available for purchase in all branches or via our website from our official birthday on Tuesday 21 March.
We will be launching the book at a small event, from 5:30pm on Wednesday 22 March in our Hobart branch, 179-191 Murray Street. Books will be available for purchase and signing by Nick.
Due to space limitations, numbers are limited so please RSVP now to [email protected] to avoid disappointment.
Limited edition signed copies will be available at our Launceston branch from 30 March.