Trip Standard : plenty of space :for kids to ride a bike ,throw a fishing line in ,canoe a little or just go for a walk . Talking, eating and drinking also acceptable activities.
Mount Stirling and Lake Cobbler
Base camp with club lodge accommodation within the Mount Buller Alpine Village. Highlights include stunning views from Mount Stirling, beautiful Lake Cobbler on the Cobbler Plateau, many huts to visit and some challenging 4WD tracks
Event date 5 December 2015 - 0900 departure time from Mount Buller
6 December 2015 - 1700 estimated arrival time at Melbourne
Trip leader - Graeme Allen
Contact Graeme on 0477488434 or email@example.com for any queries or further information
Co-ordinator: Patrick Walsh
The Victotian 4WD show at Wandin is on Sunday 21st. February 2016 and again the RRCV will have a stand. The show promises to be bigger and better than ever this year.
Last year was very successful at promoting the club and its activities and gaining new members, so we are doing again in 2016.
Working Bee – Preparation for RRCV Open Day – “A Day on the Range”
When : Sunday 6th March 2016, 9.30 am.
Where : Black Spur Inn, Narbethong
What to Bring : Shovel, Spade, Personal Protective Equipment
Help is required to assist with the preparation of the Black Spur Inn site for our Open Day and Recruitment Drive.
Pick up locations:
Trip Outline: A social family camping & 4WD weekend in November, if you have kids come along i'm bringing mine.
Come up for the weekend and camp at skip worth camp ground on the Goulburn river or come up for a day trip, Jamieson is located about 2.5 hours from Melbourne.
When: 28/29 November
31st Oct. to 3rd. November 2015.
Trip Leader: Ross Dean
For the past few years Ross has run this iconic trip and it is on again in 2015. Starting at Licola and ending at Mt Hotham, this trip presents club members with the opportunity to experience some of the best that the Victorian High Country has to offer. The route travelled and camp sites visited can vary from year to year, depending on weather and other circumstances. Regular places visited include, Mt Wellington, Millers Hut, Wonnangatta River, Talbotville, Blue Rag Track (this is a highlight).
Once again we will be assisting Parks Victoria in track clearing the weekend prior to Cup weekend track opening. There has been flooding, wind storms and land slips in the Snowy River National Park so we are not certain about the tracks to be cleared at this time but Parks Victoria Rangers have always arranged an interesting selection of tracks to be cleared.
Land Rover Owners Club of Victoria, Pajero 4WD Club and Range Rover Club of Victoria