Butcher Country Trip 2016

Event Date: 
Sat, 11/06/2016 - 09:00 to Mon, 13/06/2016 - 17:00

Butcher Country has become a RRCV  tradition for Queens Birthday Weekend and its on again this year!

It’s a magical weekend in the Victorian High Country…. Don’t miss out, sign up on the web site early to secure you spot.

Many of the tracks close after this weekend and there is a chance of light dusting of snow so it’s a great opportunity to experience this majestic area before the winter sets in.

Exploring the West Coast Of WA

Event Date: 
Wed, 01/06/2016 - 09:00 to Sun, 03/07/2016 - 17:00

This Trip will leave Streaky Bay in SA on 1st. June and travel along the Nullarbor to Esprence and Kagoorlie then along the West Coast of WA to Broome. The trip then pass through Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek and travel along the Tanami track to finish in Alice Springs on 3rd July

Explore the Grampians Trip

Event Date: 
Sat, 23/04/2016 - 10:00 to Mon, 25/04/2016 - 15:00
Event name             Explore the Grampians 
 
Event Date               Saturday   23 April  2015  (10.00am) -  Monday  25 April 2015  (3.00pm)
 
Leader                      Graeme Allen
 
TRIP UPDATE
 
Whilst there are still a few vacancies for the trip, the base camp campground is now fully booked. If anybody still wishes to come on the trip then it may be possible to share the 8 sites booked by our group as up to 6 persons and 3 vehicles are allowed per site.
 
Before signing up, please contact Graeme Allen at graeme.allen86@gmail.com including your mobile contact number or ring Graeme on 0477488434.
 
Event information   
 
The trip is based around  the Grampians Drive promoted by Parks Victoria Iconic " Victoria's 4WD Adventures",  supported by Four Wheel Drive Victoria.  Details and the route is on the website  - www.iconic4WD.com.au
 
The trip is now a base camp at the Boreang campground in the heart of the Grampians. The trip to and from the base camp winds its way throughout the southern and greater part of the  Grampians National Park over a distance of 286 km commencing and finishing at Halls Gap. The route is amongst spectacular mountain peaks, dramatic rock formations, massive sandstone ramparts rising 1000km above the surrounding plains and the numerous  waterfalls  for which the Grampians National Park is renowned. The route visits  a number of fascinating Aboriginal rock art sites considered to be the most significant in southern Australia.