The Castlemaine Car Club existed from 1968 to 1991, based obviously in the town of Castlemaine.
Initially competing in motorkhanas and autocrosses, it progressed into being an active club in the Victorian rally community. The club participated in the Western Regions Rally Championship and organised rallies such as the Central Highlander, the Northcentral and the NightStalker. The Northcentral of 1974 was memorable for the club because it was won by Bob Watson and Jeff Beaumont, testing a car for a factory rally team.
With only a modest number of members, it became more difficult for the club to survive as time progressed and the club was wound up in 1991.