Norton Owners Club of New South Wales Inc.

The Norton Owners Club of NSW has existed since May 1981. The present membership is around 120 members, scattered throughout Australia.

The principal aim of the club is to provide a means whereby anyone with an interest in Nortons can share ideas, technical information, and camaraderie with other Norton enthusiasts. This has now resulted in more Nortons back on the road than ever before in the Club’s history.

For further details about the club, meetings, contacts and membership go to the club pages.


  • NOCNSW Diary 2014 The club diary has been updated and includes events for January to June 2014. In addition to the regular runs we have a run to Kulnara to meet up with the Hunter Valley branch, a run to Brooklyn with the Velocette club and a run to Bell with the BSA club. Further afield the NZ NOC rally is in February and the All British in Victoria is in April. Dont miss the next Norton Gathering in April and the Unapproachable in May. Check the diary for details of all events.
    Posted 5 Jan 2014, 17:00 by Nocnsw Site
  • NOCNSW AGM Results All members should have received an email re club office bearers for 2013. A calender of events for 2013 and list of office bearers will be posted to all members in early January 2013
    Posted 7 Dec 2012, 20:49 by NOC NSW
  • New Weekly Rides The NOCNSW has new weekly rides for bikes with Historic Plates. These occur on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays. The rides are to the "Pie in the Sky" (North of Sydney) and to the Royal National Park (South of Sydney). The meeting points are; 7-Eleven Servo Berowra (North) and Loftus Oval (South). The departure time is around 11am Note: On some occasions these rides will continue to Kulnurra (North) or Austimer (South). Those riders who turn up can decide their destination! See the diary for all details
    Posted 7 Dec 2012, 15:55 by NOC NSW
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  • Gathering of the Nortons Sydney 13th April 2014 After weathering showers, which were strictly coastal, a suitably dry meeting place was found at the Road Warrior Cafe. It was not overly crowded and it provided a perfect haven for ‘Roadholding’ Norton riders needing to enjoy motorcycling ambiance, convivial company, and with good food and coffee. It provides an ideal locale to await the cacophony of noise that can only be provided by ‘Approaching’ Nortons from North and South. One by one and in groups of 3 they arrived in, dare I say, almost equal numbers from the Hunter and Sydney Metro.The Vintage motorbike week in Bathurst meant numbers were a little down, but this is a once in a year occurrence and I would never want to ...
    Posted 16 Apr 2014, 02:58 by Paul Maddock
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