RAA's been around for more than 116 years, and we take pride in providing quality motor, home and travel services to our members in South Australia and Broken Hill.

We’re also committed to delivering educational services for the next generation of drivers, as well as advocating on behalf of our members on matters of road safety, mobility, and fuel pricing.

Our story

Founded in 1903 by 15 motoring enthusiasts, RAA now provides an extensive range of services to more than 750,000 members.

Community programs

RAA offers a range of education programs, sponsorships and grants.

Advocacy

RAA is the state’s leading advocate on mobility and road safety issues.

The latest news from RAA Daily

RAA Daily is our news site, where you can keep up-to-date with all things RAA and find out what we're working on to make our members' lives better.

samotor | The RAA magazine

First published in 1913, samotor is Australia's longest-running motoring magazine. Each edition includes car advice, road-safety, travel tips and so much more.

Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

At RAA, we're dedicated to learning about and developing relationships with the Traditional Owners of the land we live and work on, throughout South Australia and beyond. 

Corporate governance

RAA is a mutual service organisation and its activities are governed by the RAA Constitution and by the Associations Incorporation Act 1985 (as amended).

Careers

Discover the benefits of a career at one of SA’s most highly respected, member-focused organisations.