Over 110 years, as RAC has evolved, our focus on being a club has never wavered and providing added value for those who become part of the RAC community is still at the heart of everything we do.

Today, being a member of RAC can mean many things to many people. This is why RAC has continued to evolve the member benefits it provides daily to more than 800,000 Western Australians who have committed to joining our club.

RAC has continued to focus on the suite of existing member benefits to now include two exciting new benefits for our members – one to assist with the daily cost of motoring, the other to encourage our members to see more of our beautiful state, more often.

On 6 August 2015, RAC and Coles Express announced the delivery of a ground-breaking fuel discount offer. This new offer will give RAC members the opportunity to save 4c per litre on fuel
purchases at more than 70 Coles Express outlets in the state, just by showing your RAC membership card.

This will enable RAC members to save money on the posted fuel price at all Coles Express fuel outlets, and the offer will be available every day, across WA.

The ability to now show your RAC membership card and save on fuel prices is another way that RAC is giving back to its members.

In addition, as part of our proud tradition of opening up and promoting our state, RAC has partnered with the Department of Parks and Wildlife to offer special benefits in parks and reserves across WA.

Members will be able to receive a 50 per cent discount on a range of Parks and Wildlife park passes.

By purchasing a parks pass, RAC members will also contribute to the management of our parks and reserves, with revenue from sales going towards conserving these amazing places and maintaining visitor facilities.

Through our new tourism assets and the relationship with the Department of Parks and Wildlife our message is simple – we want you to get out and enjoy an affordable, quality holiday and all that
stunning Western Australia has to offer.

We also encourage you to be safe on the roads. If you are planning a trip, remember to take regular breaks or share the driving with someone, stick to the speed limit and please ensure everyone in the car has their seatbelt on.

As our 110th anniversary year draws to a close we can look back on our club as it was in 1905 and be proud that the spirit of community service, of membership and all its benefits, and of being part of something incredibly unique within WA is still unchanged today.

Esme Bowen

RAC President