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by Gabriella Caruso (subscribe)
Writer, baker, foodie, coffee lover, health promoter. Thrive on exercise, healthy cooking and creating my own recipes.
Published April 23rd 2012

Skylines Australia South Australia (SAU SA) is an online community of Nissan Skyline enthusiasts and owners. Members share information about their vehicles and other cars within the online community, exchanging ideas, tips and tricks through discussion in forums. SAU SA hold many social events throughout the year including Track Days, Dyno Days, Car shows, bowling nights and go-karting nights. They also promote and donate to fundraiser events that contribute toward worthy causes such as All Japan Day at Glenelg where all proceeds go towards Charity.

This online community of Nissan Skyline enthusiasts also meet several times a year on a chosen weekend for group cruises. I was lucky enough to be invited along to the last cruise that was held which took me through the beautiful hills of Adelaide.

So there I found myself waking on a Sunday at 5:00am, getting ready for an experience I wouldn't regret losing my lazy Sunday sleep in for. At 6:00am, I met the group at the meet point riding shotgun with one of the members. Leaving at 6:30am, we began the Cruise to the Stirling Hotel for breakfast.

Escaping the CBD and suburbs to give a totally different perspective and contrast to the beauty of Adelaide, we headed off cruising through the winding roads, surrounded by the greenery and nature the area has to offer, enjoying the crisp fresh air, feeling as free as a bird as we cruised our way through the Adelaide Hills with a trail of clean shiny skyline's driving in tandem. The sound of the sport cars driving in sync was exhilarating, they sounded alive amongst each other in the still, quiet Adelaide morning. The Hills were awakened.

Following our journey, once we arrived at the Stirling Hotel we took the opportunity to have a bite for breakfast. This is a great time to have a chat with old and new faces, socialise and make new friends. The whole family can be brought along and this is in tune with the clubs motto of being family and community orientated.

If you are a proud Nissan Skyline owner or are enthusiastic about these vehicles, be sure to check out You can create an account and join in on discussions or start your own topics to discuss, learn new and interesting information and make friends with like-minded enthusiasts.

Membership to the club is extremely affordable at $45. Be sure to find out the info on the website. This will mean you can take your skyline along to the cruises throughout the year for a truly enlivening experience that you can make your own, with a truly great automotive family.
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