We exist for Queenslanders

At the Royal Automobile Club of Queensland, we’re more than our insurance, assistance, banking, car and solar products. RACQ is owned by our 1.7 million members and we’ve been a force for good in Queensland communities for over 117 years.

How does your membership make all the difference?

  • We reward our members with discounts that make life in Queensland even brighter.
  • We help local communities flourish through sponsorships, events, and education programs.
  • We advocate to make Queensland safe, affordable, and sustainable, now and into the future.

See the difference your membership made last financial year^

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RACQ Foundation

$2.1 million funding

for SEQ flooding disaster projects.


RACQ Choppers

2,985 air rescues

throughout Queensland.

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Local Giving Program 

$21,207 donated

to 41 local clubs and community groups. 

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52,258 students

educated on road safety and financial wellbeing.

Find out more about Queensland’s largest club

RACQ was formed in 1905 to advocate for motorists and improve road safety.

Our early members’ valuable contributions to the community through World War 1 were officially recognised by George V when he approved the use of the ‘Royal’ prefix in the Club’s name in 1921.

A century later, Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young PSM Governor of Queensland became a vice-regal patron of RACQ. This patronage acknowledges the positive difference RACQ continues to make in Queensland.

Learn more about what it means to be an RACQ member.
Explore the origins of Queensland’s largest club. 
See the difference your membership makes to local communities.
We advocate for safer, more affordable, more sustainable transport.

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Things to note

^Figures based on FY 2022 statistics. See the For the Greater Good FY22 Report for more details.