The NRMA is turning 100 this year, so we're planning some exciting celebrations and activities to commemorate the occasion. However, these will be more than a big birthday party - they're a chance to give something back to communities that need a helping hand while encouraging tourism to regional NSW and beyond.

We want to revitalise the great Aussie road trip and drive tourism to regional areas - because just by staying, eating, drinking and shopping locally, each one of us can do our bit for communities that have lost so much. This itself will go a long way to helping foster a sustainable future for all Australians.

Bright Futures tour

We're packing our cars and hitting the road to host 6 special events across NSW. These events give communities the opportunity to come together, to share and to start conversations.

They will feature large scale artworks and installations by Australian artist Stephen Mok, exhibitions, community engagement, activities for the whole family, fantastic local food and entertainment.

Road trips matter

Since the rise of the automobile, road trips have been core to Australia's identity and a lifeline for many regional communities. Our desire for the freedom of the open road was what led to the birth of the NRMA 100 years ago.

We believe road trips are good for Australians, and our centenary is the perfect time to spark a movement towards visiting regional areas.

That's where you come in...

Celebrating our evolution

Our centenary gives us the opportunity to look back and be proud of how far we've come, to share stories and engage with the people that have helped to shape the NRMA: our Members, our employees and the community.

Helping bushfire affected communities

Our plan and how you can assist