Range Rover Club Victoria

New Member? 

Part of your membership includes training - have a look below to see if any training courses are planned. If not, email the Training Coordinator to arrange the next course.

Not a Member? 

If you are not a member of the club, and would like to join us on a trip, contact the Trips Coordinator to discuss what might suit you. 

Everyone going on a club trip needs to be either a Member or Temporary Member, for insurance purposes. Temporary Membership is only $15 but gets your name on our club insurance policy.   


Upcoming events

    • 24 Aug 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 25 Aug 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • Walhalla to Jamieson via Mt Skene
    • 2
    Register

    Snow trip - Walhalla to Jamieson via Mt Skene

    Date and time:  24th/25th August

    Description Snow driving and camping - Mt Skene

    Due to demand, we will now run 2 trips, one from Walhalla to Jamieson (South/North) and the other from Jamieson to Walhalla (North/South).  The South/North trip will meet in Walhalla on Friday night or Saturday morning and head off on Saturday morning north to the Heyfield-Jamieson Road via Aberfeldy and Mt Selma.  We'll then follow the Heyfield-Jamieson Road to the summit of  Mt Skene where we plan to camp.  On Sunday we'll head down to Jamieson.

    The North/South trip will commence from Jamieson and tackle the route in the reverse direction. 

    Participants will be allocated to either trip as we get closed to the date.  This allocation will be so that there is a mix of experienced drivers on both trips.

    Weather:  e.g.  Alpine environment, will be  cold and potentially wet and windy.  Bring appropriate clothing and footwear.

    Equipment:  e.g.  Vehicles need to have low range 4WD capability with good all-terrain tyres, good ground  clearance and UHF radio equipped (or one borrowed from the club). 

    Usual recovery gear of a snatch strap, shackles, shovel, dampener plus snow chains and recovery tracks.

    Warm clothes and wet weather gear.  A tent (pop-up tents can prove to pop-down in heavy snow), sleeping bag (suitable to better than -10oC), and sleeping mat suitable for camping in the snow.  

    Trip Standard:  e.g.  Medium to hard  (depending on the weather & track conditions (snow))

    Fuel:  a full tank ex Moe or Mansfield.  If you’re using diesel then fill with Alpine diesel (we need to check/advise if available at Moe as we get closer to trip date) and/or add additive to stop it jelling – the instructions on most additives indicate you can’t add too much. Torque Breaker is one such additive.

    Distance:  Approx. distance from Walhalla to Jamieson is 150 Km of mainly low range driving.

    Duration: 2 days

    Convoy limit: 2 x 10 vehicles

    Meeting arrangements:  We will to meet at the Star Hotel Carpark in Walhalla and depart at 9.00am sharp.  If you plan to get coffee beforehand then you will need to arrive a little earlier.  We will aim to finish about 4.00pm in Jamieson

    Trip Leaders: Name(s) – Graeme Allen - graeme.allen86@gmail.com. and Mark Bown 0437 251 645 or mark.bown@csiro.au,

     


    • 9 Sep 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 25 Sep 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • Flinders Ranges
    • 3
    Register
    Flinders Ranges 

    Date and time:  9:00 am, 9 September – 26 September

    Description:  Itinerary is still evolving, but we will base camp at approximately 5 locations – Rawnsley Park, Wilpeena Pound, Warraweena and Arkaroola, in a mixture of station stays and National Park campgrounds.  Activities will include some of the iconic 4WD tracks (Skytrek ($55/veh), Arkapena ($50/veh), Mt Gill), scenic drives (Moralana scenic drive, Bunyeroo Gorge,  Brachina Gorge, Aroona Valley) camping, some walking and exploring the Flinders Ranges attractions and historical towns.

    We will stay in some campgrounds with facilities and some National Park campgrounds and station stays with basic toilet facilities only.  All the base camp sites will be suitable for off-road caravans, with most being accessed by gravel roads.

    Weather:  e.g.  Spring weather - cool nights (5-10 C) and mild days (15- 25 C) - possible rain at times.  Bring appropriate clothing and footwear for walking and camping.

    Equipment:  e.g.  Vehicles need to have low range 4WD capability with good all-terrain tyres and UHF radio equipped (or one borrowed from the club).  Usual recovery gear should be carried. 

    Trip Standard:  e.g.  Easy touring and bush drives with some (optional) hard 4WD day trips - some steep, low-range hill climbs and some rocky tracks!

    Fuel:  Fuel is available at most places we will be camping

    Distance:  Flinders Ranges is approximately 1250 Km from Melbourne and there will probably be about another 500 - 1000 Km of driving in the park.

    Duration: 18 days

    Convoy limit: 6 vehicles

    Meeting arrangements:  e.g. We will to meet in in Mildura at 9:00 am on Monday 9/September and finish in Renmark early afternoon on Wednesday 25/Sep, allowing time for anyone who wishes to join the Border Track trip a rest day to resupply.

    Trip Leaders: Name(s) – Graeme Carter 0400 195 932 or graeme.carter23@bigpond.com,


    • 14 Sep 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Black Spur Inn and Surrounding forest – Narbethong
    • 0
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    Land Rover Terrain Response Experience Day

    Date and time:  Saturday, 14 September –9:00 am to 5:00 pm

    Description:  This is a 1 day practical event following the LR Essendon D3/D4 Tech day.  Unfortunately, the theory part did not cover as much ground as we would have liked.   There will possibly be a theory / discussion session in Melbourne prior to the day if enough interest.

    The aim of this day is to review some of the theories and put them into practice.

    Some of the things that we will cover will include:

    1. How to release a jammed Electronic Park Brake (EPB).
    2. How to shift PARK to NEUTRAL in a car without battery power.
    3. How to Hard Reset the car.
    4. Front and rear speed sensors - LLAMS and RODS
    5. Brake light switch (a fault here can disrupt the entire CANBUS!)
    6. Emergency Repair of EAS (Electronic Air Suspension) System
    7. Tricking the Car into Emergency and Extended height
    8. Underbody protection - Location of the compressor? How do we protect it?
    9. OBD fault code reader.
    10. Vulnerable underbody electrical connections
    Terrain Response System:
    1. How does it work?
    2. How and when to use the TR Modes? - normal, sand, snow, rock crawl, grass, mud ruts
    3. Central and rear E-Lockers
    4. ES – On or Off?

    Hill descent versus driving through the brakes

    Demonstrate on the course how to use the TR specifically for these conditions

    Weather:  e.g.  From sunny to wet and cold. See

    http://www.bom.gov.au/places/vic/narbethong/

    Equipment:  Land Rover Terrain Response cars D3/D4/RRS

    Snatch straps, shackles, dampener, compressor, UHF radio (or one borrowed from the club) with low range and All Terrain tyres (preferably), but road tyres not excluded 

    Trip Standard:  Easy to Medium (Occasionally Hard).  Different terrain will be used to demonstrate the capability of the system.

    Fuel:  Full tank ex Melbourne – More than adequate.

    Distance:  Off Track Less than 50 Km

    Duration: 1 day

    Convoy limit: 10 vehicles

    Meeting arrangements:  e.g. We plan to meet at Black Spur Inn Narbethong and depart at 9.00am sharp.  If you plan to get coffee beforehand then you will need to arrive a little earlier.  We will aim to finish about 5.00pm at the Black Spur Inn.

    Trip Leader: Winston Chong:  Ph:  0414 288 076  Email: Wkwinston.chong@gmail.com


    • 27 Sep 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 29 Sep 2019
    • 2:00 PM
    • Ngarkat CP/ Wyperfeld NP
    • 0
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    SA-Vic Border Track

    Date and time:  Friday 27th September 2019, 09:00, Renmark.

    Description: This is a camping trip and unsuitable for camper trailers. The tracks are mostly sand which can have some deep soft sections. The trip is classified as being medium.

    The Border Track runs due south along the Vic-SA border. The trip will start in Renmark and end in Rainbow taking in sections of the Border Track as far south as Red Bluff. 

    We will be camping at  Pine Hut Soak (Pinnaroo SA, Ngarkat Conservation Park) on Friday night, and Red Bluff Camping Area (Wyperfeld NP) on Saturday night.

    An access fee applies to Ngarkat CP and a National Park Camping fee applies to Pine Hut Soak (book on-line at www.parks.sa.gov.au). 

    The camping grounds have drop toilets with no washing facilities, potable water, or showers – bring adequate water for drinking a cooking, and plan to cook on a fuel stove.

    Please bring basic recovery gear, snatch strap, shackles and a shovel [if you have MaxTrax (or the like) you can throw them in if you like]

    UHF Channel 15.

    There will be opportunity to refuel halfway through the trip in Pinnaroo.

    Please note there is no mobile phone reception once we have entered the park sections and that a fresh fruit and veg scam quarantine is in operation at Vic-SA border.

    Weather:  Mallee environment, potentially cold and wet. Bring appropriate clothing and footwear.

    Equipment:  e.g.  Vehicles need to have low range 4WD capability with good LT construction all-terrain tyres and TWO spares, and UHF radio equipped (or one borrowed from the club).  Usual recovery gear should be carried. 

    Trip Standard:   Medium - some sand (actually its all sand)

    Fuel:  a full tank ex. Renmark

    Distance:  Approx. distance from Renmark is 340 Km of mainly high range driving.

    Duration: 3 days

    Convoy limit: 8 vehicles

    Meeting arrangements:  We plan to meet at Renmark  in the car park outside The Murray River Queen and depart at 9.00am sharp.   We will aim to finish about 2.00pm in Rainbow.

    Trip Leaders: Mark Bown & Sherry Mayo. 0437251645. mark.bown@csiro.au, sherry.mayo@csiro.au.

    • 13 Oct 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Narbethong
    • 0
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    Driver Proficiency Plus Training Day

    Date and time:  9:00am on 13/October 2019

    Description:  Currently there is a big step-up in difficulty between the tracks found in the basic driver training and the more difficult tracks found on some club trips.  This proficiency plus training day is intended for drivers that have completed the basic driver training and wish to undertake a medium or hard rated trip with very steep, rutted and/or rocky tracks. 

    It is desirable for those wishing to undertake high country trips later in the year and who have not already experienced this type of terrain to participate in this training day, so preference will be given to drivers fit this profile.

    The intention is to provide challenging tracks, so depending on your experience you may be out of your comfort zone at times.   There is also the possibility of vehicle contact with the environment, so drivers should be prepared for some underbody and side step scrapes and/or touchdowns. 

    Weather:  Weather is variable this time of year and potentially cold and wet.  Bring appropriate clothing and footwear for observation and discussion in the bush on the day.

    Equipment:  Vehicles need to have low range 4WD capability with good all-terrain tyres and a UHF radio (or one borrowed from the club).  Usual recovery gear should be carried. 

    Trip Standard:  Medium/hard - some steep, low-range hill climbs and descents and some rocky tracks! Winching and/or snatching may be required.

    Fuel:  A full tank ex Melbourne

    Distance:  Approx. distance from Narbethong is 50 Km of mainly low range driving.

    Duration: 1 day

    Convoy limit: 10 vehicles

    Meeting arrangements:  We will meet at the Black Spur Inn in Narbethong and depart at 9.00am sharp.  If you plan to get coffee beforehand then you will need to arrive a little earlier.  We will aim to finish about 4.00pm back at the Black Spur Inn.  It is planned to have lunch back at the Black Spur Inn (purchase or picnic).  Morning tea will be in the bush – byo.

    Trip Leaders:  Contact Phill Collyer 0407 096 294 collypj8@bigpond.net.au or Graeme Carter 0400 195 932 graeme.carter23@bigpond.com.


    • 18 Oct 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 20 Oct 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • TLCCV Property, behing Yark
    • 6
    Register

    Cruiserkhana 2019

    Cruiserkhana is back again this year.

    It's the Toyota Club's annual attempt to show the other clubs that they are the best drivers. It's also the time for other clubs to prove them wrong. 

    They do have a home advantage but RRCV and other clubs do quite well. And it's worthwhile entering because there's usually thousands of dollars of prizes!

    There is a cost to this and it's $205 for car, driver, navigator, camping and dinner.

    NOTE: To register as a competitor, you need to go to the TLCCV's website at teh link below:

    https://tlccvmembership.wildapricot.org/event-3367134

    This signs up one driver/navigator pair. Everyone competes individually but they are also grouped into teams of three. 

    This RRCV "trip" is an Expression of interest for admin only. Once you register, please sign up to this EOI too - so we can plan the event and maybe get you into a team.

    • if you already have a team of three that you want to keep with, I suggest you all sign up at the same time and agree and include the name of your team in the application - it would be good if you included some reference to the RRCV, particularly if you're the only RRCV team :)


    Date and time:  Weekend of 18-20 October.
    Day-1 is getting there for an early start for the competition
    Day-2 is competition day & awards dinner
    Day-3 is optional events and/or recovery from the fairly late dinner
     - if you come up for the competition day, you need to arrive before 7am registration (TBC)

    Events:  There are usually about 6-8 challenges that test the drivers and their cars, including:

    • Slalom - where the passenger's grab and replace flags into pipes sticking up from the ground.
    • Mud Challenge - try to drive around a very wet and sloping mud track that's got sprinklers on it.
    • Wet Lap - where the navigator holds a bowl of water while the car is driven down some log steps and the winner is the one with the most water left in the bowl (or least water on the navigator).
    • Cross-country - a tight and sometimes challenging circuit.
    • Sand trap - a sand course with deep ruts and a very tight drive through some poles 
    • Balance beam - a see-saw for cars - the longest to balance on the beam wins.


    This is the official flyer - it is a Toyota but the may not realise it's an RRCV member - Sherry Mayo on the slalom

    Weather:  getting warmer but you never know - it's Yark!

    Equipment:  Vehicles need to have low range 4WD capability with good all-terrain tyres and UHF radio equipped (or one borrowed from the club).  Usual recovery gear should be carried.  - Hint - let your tyres down a lot to have any chance on the mud.

    Duration:1-3 days

    Convoy limit: Numbers are limited to a fixed number of competitors - we normally run one or two teams of 3. Refer to TLCCV website for more details; but they usually sell out quickly.

    Meeting arrangements:  We normally meet on the Friday evening and are given a spot for the number of tents we'll have as a group.

    Trip Leaders: Kenny Macleod - kenny@scotel.com
    I'm going overseas from 4th Sept so email please.


    • 19 Oct 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 20 Oct 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • Orbost or Buchan
    • 2
    Register

    Far East Gippsland Track Clearing with Parks Vic 

    Date and time:  8:00 am Saturday, October 19, 2019

    Description:  We will again be assisting Parks Victoria Rangers with track clearing and track assessments.  Tracks will be within the Snowy Rover NP, Errinundra NP and Alpine NPs.  We will be travelling in remote mountains and bush with Parks Vic Rangers.  This is a marvellous opportunity to experience some remote corners of Gippsland, assist Parks Vic and learn about how the bush is managed.

    Dinner on Saturday night will be hosted by Parks Vic.

    Trip run in conjunction with the Land Rover Owners Club of Victoria and the Pajero 4WD Club.

    Final information to be advised closer to the date.

    No pets as we will be travelling in National Parks.  No Trailers permitted.

    Accommodation: Bush Camp on Saturday night at McKillops Bridge.  Friday night your choice depending on meeting place.

    Weather:  We have had wet weather and snow in the past, so please bring clothing and camping gear suitable for the conditions.

    Equipment:  Vehicles need to have low range 4WD capability with good all-terrain tyres and UHF radio equipped (or one borrowed from the club).  Usual recovery gear should be carried.

    Additional Equipment required:  Camping gear, food and water for the weekend. .  Clothing for wet and cold conditions.  Saturday night dinner to be catered for by Parks Vic. 

    Leather gloves, saws, crowbar, shovel and drag chain

    If you have completed the Chainsaw Training Course please bring your chainsaw together with all safety equipment including chaps, steel toe capped boots, helmet, goggles and ear muffs. Vehicles with winches encouraged although not compulsory. People required with chainsaws as well as those to clear timber from the tracks.

    Trip Standard:  Tracks medium rated with possible hard sections.

    Fuel:  A full tank ex Orbost or Buchan

    Distance:  250km Orbost to Orbost

    Duration:  Weekend

    Convoy limit: 5 vehicles

    Meeting Arrangements:  Meeting places are to be advised but usually 08:00 AM at Orbost, Goongerah Camp Ground and McKillops Bridge Camp Ground

    Maximum Vehicles: 5

    Trip Leader:   John and Prue Hasler.  Ph 0439 890 688 Email:  p.thwait@bigpond.net.au


Past events

16 Aug 2019 4x4 Show
4 Aug 2019 Mt Buangor Area - Day 2 - scenic/social trip
3 Aug 2019 Mt Buangor Area - Day 1 - 4WD trip
20 Jul 2019 The Innocent Bystander
14 Jul 2019 Disco/RRS tech review - Practical Session
13 Jul 2019 Disco/RRS tech review - Theory session
2 Jul 2019 Club meeting
30 Jun 2019 Parks Vic Bunyip - Help needed 30 June
29 Jun 2019 Lerderderg State Park
19 Jun 2019 Driver Training
8 Jun 2019 Wyperfeld
5 Jun 2019 Toolangi Explorer - Looking for Challenges after Proficiency
4 Jun 2019 Club meeting
1 Jun 2019 Kimberley and Gibb River Road
25 May 2019 R.Pepper - Trek 6 - Marysville to Mt Matlock + Extension
19 May 2019 R.Pepper - Trek 11 – Mt Disappointment & Trek 19 Andersons Garden
14 May 2019 R. Pepper – Trek 1 – Brisbane Ranges
11 May 2019 R.Pepper - Trek 19 – Andersons Garden
7 May 2019 Club meeting
4 May 2019 Blaze Aid- Bush Fire Relief
1 May 2019 Driver Training
23 Apr 2019 High Country of North East Victoria/Kosciuszko National Park
20 Apr 2019 Goog’s Track/Eyre Peninsular
19 Apr 2019 High Country of North East Victoria- Easter trip
16 Apr 2019 R.Pepper - Trek 5 - Yea to Narbethong
14 Apr 2019 Social Day Picnic/BBQ at the Royal Botanic Gardens - Cranbourne
13 Apr 2019 Reconnaissance- Pyrenees Ranges
6 Apr 2019 R.Pepper – Trek 10 – The Golden Way: Daylesford to Castlemaine
2 Apr 2019 Club meeting
31 Mar 2019 Exploration of the Tallarook State Forest
31 Mar 2019 R.Pepper - Treks 7 and 8 – Yarra Forests History Tour
27 Mar 2019 Driver Training
24 Mar 2019 R.Pepper – Trek 17 – Blackwood - Daylesford
23 Mar 2019 R.Pepper – Trek 16 – Bacchus Marsh – Blackwood
21 Mar 2019 ARB Kilsyth Factory Tour
12 Mar 2019 Dargo extension - Dargo, Bright, Canberra
9 Mar 2019 Dargo Base Camp - Relocated to The Otways
5 Mar 2019 Club meeting
27 Feb 2019 Driver Training
24 Feb 2019 R.Pepper – Trek 12 – Narbethong – Marysville
23 Feb 2019 R.Pepper – Trek 13 – Marysville – Thornton
17 Feb 2019 Victorian 4WD Show - Warragul.
9 Feb 2019 R.Pepper – Treks 14 & 15 - Around Anglesea
3 Feb 2019 R.Pepper – Treks 2 & 9 - Wombat Wanderings & Lerderderg Sojourn
2 Feb 2019 Mt Buller, surrounding mountains and cattlemen’s huts
28 Jan 2019 R.Pepper – Trek 20 - Cobaw State Forest : Lancefield to Kyneton
13 Jan 2019 R.Pepper – Trek 18 – Mt Robertson: Pheasant Creek to Glenburn
17 Dec 2018 R.Pepper – TREK 3 - Beyond Yarra Glen: Yarra Glen To Whittlesea
15 Dec 2018 FWDV Iconic Snowy River Tour
17 Nov 2018 Skipworth - Jamieson River Base Camp
7 Nov 2018 Driver Training
3 Nov 2018 Licola to Mansfield via Wonangatta Station - Cup weekend
3 Nov 2018 Mansfield, Wonnangatta valley, Mt Murry, Lake Cobbler trip. Sat 3/Nov to Tue 6/Nov
20 Oct 2018 Annual Far East Gippsland Track Clearing with Parks Vic.
19 Oct 2018 Cruiserkhana 2018
14 Oct 2018 Wombat State Forest Park
3 Oct 2018 Driver Training Theory
28 Sep 2018 Wyperfeld Wanderings – base camp trip
26 Aug 2018 Sunday lunch at the Plough in Myrniong
25 Aug 2018 Maralinga and Great Victoria Desert Trip (plus Gawler Ranges and WA’s Goldfields)
25 Aug 2018 Mount Skene Snow Trip
17 Aug 2018 4x4 Show
15 Aug 2018 Driver Training
7 Jul 2018 Bush Mechanics' workshop
1 Jul 2018 test trip ***** do not use unless part of the test team
25 Jun 2018 Canning Stock Route - Halls Creek to Wiluna
16 Jun 2018 First-Aid course.
16 Jun 2018 Four Wheel Drive Victoria Members Update Day
15 Jun 2018 Cape York
9 Jun 2018 High country - Licola to Mansfield
6 Jun 2018 Driver Training Theory
27 May 2018 Wombat Wanderings - Blackwood to Daylesford and back
25 May 2018 4WD VIC Event - Chainsaw Course
6 May 2018 Marysville to Thornton
4 May 2018 Simpson Desert
21 Apr 2018 Daylesford to Castlemaine - The Golden Way
18 Apr 2018 Driver Training Theory
14 Apr 2018 King River base camp, walk to Mount Cobbler
6 Apr 2018 4WD Victoria Clean up the Bush 2018
30 Mar 2018 Land Rover 70th - Cooma NSW
30 Mar 2018 Victoria's Deserts
25 Mar 2018 Wombat day trip
9 Mar 2018 Dargo Base Camp
4 Mar 2018 Driver Training Practical
28 Feb 2018 Driver Training Theory
24 Feb 2018 Otway's weekend
18 Feb 2018 Victorian 4WD show - Warragul
10 Feb 2018 Mt Buller, surrounding mountains and cattlemen’s huts
8 Feb 2018 East and West Coast of Tasmania
5 Feb 2018 Club Meeting - 8pm on 1st Tuesday of most months
26 Jan 2018 Grampians National Park base camp
21 Jan 2018 Yarra Glen – Toolangi - Narbethong
9 Dec 2017 Range Rover End of Year Picnic / BBQ
5 Dec 2017 Christmas party & club meeting
18 Nov 2017 Base camp -Skipworth campground on the Jamieson River.
4 Nov 2017 Hattah Lakes & Murrary Sunset National Parks
4 Nov 2017 Licola to Hotham Cup Weekend
4 Nov 2017 Mansfield, Wonnangatta Valley, Mt Murry, Lake Cobbler cup weekend
4 Nov 2017 Butcher country track/caledonia track/west toward Jamieson
27 Oct 2017 Cruiserkhana
15 Oct 2017 Wombat Wanderings - Blackwood to Daylesford and back
8 Oct 2017 Driver Training Practical
4 Oct 2017 Driver Training Theory
2 Sep 2017 Strath Creek - Wallan Day trip
2 Sep 2017 Wallan - Strath Creek Day trip
26 Aug 2017 EOI (by 9th August) Walhalla to Jamieson via Mt Skene
20 Aug 2017 Wombat Day Trip, Easy to Medium Std.
6 Aug 2017 A Sunday Lunch at The Plough Trentham
27 Jul 2017 ARB Factory Tour
12 Jul 2017 Driver Training Theory
9 Jul 2017 Sunday Trip - South Col and More 2/2 - A Bush Matters trip with the Haslers.
8 Jul 2017 Saturday Trip - South Col and More 1/2 - A Bush Matters trip with the Haslers.
6 Jul 2017 Simpson Desert, Birdsville and Corner Country
10 Jun 2017 Butcher Country - Queen's Birthday Weekend
10 Jun 2017 Butcher country track/caledonia track
26 May 2017 Following Burke and Wills
21 May 2017 Marysville to Thornton
7 May 2017 Wombat Wanderings - Blackwood to Daylesford and back
3 May 2017 Driver Training Theory
29 Apr 2017 Marysville Show and Shine
22 Apr 2017 Coonawarra Trip
14 Apr 2017 Border Track-Murray Sunset - Easter Trip
1 Apr 2017 Walhalla - Aberfeldy Track
25 Mar 2017 Advanced Recovery Training Course
23 Mar 2017 Licola to Horseyard Flat
11 Mar 2017 Dargo Spit Roast Dinner
19 Feb 2017 Wandin - Victorian 4WD Show
9 Feb 2017 Trip Planning Meeting for 2017
22 Jan 2017 Otways Day Trip - Anglesea to Lorne
3 Jan 2017 Mt Buller, surrounding mountains and cattlemen’s huts
28 Dec 2016 Photography Day Trip
6 Dec 2016 Annual Christmas Meeting
8 Nov 2016 Monthly Meeting
29 Oct 2016 Licola to Hotham Cup Weekend
29 Oct 2016 Mansfield, Wonnangatta valley, Mt Murray, Lake Cobbler trip
22 Oct 2016 Bush Mechanics Workshop
22 Oct 2016 Range Rover Driver Training Practical
22 Oct 2016 Annual Far East Gippsland Track Clearing
19 Oct 2016 Range Rover Driver Training Theory
19 Oct 2016 RRCV Committee Meeting

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