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

    • 28 Mar 2020
    • 7:30 AM (UTC+11:00)
    • 5 Apr 2020
    • 4:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • East Gippsland

    BLAZEAID - BUSHFIRE RECOVERY 

     BUCHAN - EAST GIPPSLAND

    Date: 28th March  to 5th April 2020, inclusive of the weekends of  28th/29th  March and 4th/5th April 2020.  The previous trip in late January/early February  was cancelled due to the Bruthen camp having sufficient volunteers until the end of March.  Since that time, additional camps have opened in East Gippsland at Buchan and Omeo. The club will participate at the Buchan camp.

    Description:   

    BlazeAid is a volunteer organization, Australia wide,  that assists farmers in rebuilding fences  that have been damaged or destroyed. In doing so, volunteers lift the spirits of people  and help to rebuild the local communities devastated by bushfires. Website is blazeaid.com.au for more details.

    The club participated in BlazeAid in May 2019 with the Bunyip fires and  those members that participated found it a very rewarding and worthwhile experience.

    We will again participate in BlazeAid, where  camps have been  established at Bruthen, Omeo and Buchan  in East Gippsland, the areas of which were  subject to  devastaing bushfires and loss of property . 

    The  event start and finish dates covers a 9 day period including bookend weekends. This provides members the option to participate during the week and/or at  a weekend.   When registering, please indicate in the comments line, what dates you plan to volunteer  which can obviously be adjusted closer to the time.

    Breakfast from 6.30am.  Muster and safety briefing is at 7.30 am each day. Departure to the farms will be in convoy from 7.30am, returning around 3pm - 4 pm in the afternoon with dinner at 6.00pm.Breakfast and dinner at the camp and morning tea and lunch at the farm  is all provided by Blaze Aid with help from local community groups. 

    Camping is available at the camps  for caravans, campers, tents and swags with toilets and hot showers. Power availability will be limited.

    All equipment is supplied in purpose built trailers. Volunteers are allocated to teams of aroun6-4-6 led by an experienced team leader  No fencing experience is required, as volunteers quickly learn on the job. BlazeAid provides PPE of vests, safety glasses and riggers gloves

    Volunteers are to wear robust work clothes and boots and be prepared for inclement weather.

    Volunteers are insured for accidents through the Blaze Aid Volunteer  Insurance policy.  However this policy  does NOT include ambulance cover.  Blaze Aid strongly recommends  that volunteers have, or take out ambulance cover.  As a club event, members will also be covered under the FWDV Insurance policy

    Members are welcome to bring friends to work as volunteers with the  club  but will need to register any friends as temporary members on the club website.  As a community service, the $15 temporary membership fee will be paid by the club. Please indicate in your registration in the "who is coming with you" box,  the names of any non-members you may be bringing.

    Trip Leader: Graeme Allen - phone 0477488434 or email at graeme.allen86@gmail.com for any queries or requiring any further information.

     

    • 7 Apr 2020
    • 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • The Glasshouse at Caulfield Racecourse, 31 Station St, Caulfield East VIC 3145
    Register

    Monthly Club Meeting

    Club meetings are generally held on the first Tuesday of most months .

    Note: November is usually pushed to the 2nd Tuesday (some horse race gets in the way) and we dont have a January meeting. Check the calendar dates or contact us to confirm, because we occasionally need to shift meetings.

    Our new location of The Glasshouse at Caulfield Racecourse, 31 Station St, Caulfield East VIC 3145.

    Visitors and prospective members are welcome to come along and see what we’re about! We suggest that you email memberships@rangeroverclub.org.au to let us know you're coming and we'll look out for you.

    Meetings usually include:

    • Welcome to new members
    • Guest speaker
    • Trip reports
    • Raffle
    • Tea/coffee
    • Upcoming events
    • Other club business 

    You don't need to register but if we can get an idea of numbers attending it would help. 

    Dinner will be available prior to the meeting in the main dining  area, so arrive with sufficient time to eat before we head into the auditorium for an 8pm start. People start arriving at 6:30. 

    Dinner will be available in the restaurant before the meeting, but to have any chance of being fed quickly, we suggest the following.

    • Call them to make a reservation, and mention that you're part of the Range Rover Club. Phone: (03) 9257 7170 
    • Order and pay for food at the bar. There is table service but we share tables and it can get confusing to figure out who had what.

    Menu: caulfieldglasshouse.com.au

    Reservations: bookbookonline.com.au

    Phone(03) 9257 7170




    • 10 Apr 2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 13 Apr 2020
    • 4:00 PM
    • Danggali Conservation Park and Murray-Sunset NP
    • 0

    Danggali Conservation Park & Northern Murray Sunset - CANCELLED

    Date and time:  Friday 10th April 2020, 9:00am

    Description:   On this trip we will be exploring the Danggali Conservation Park, Chowilla Game Reserve and the upper part of the Murray Sunset National Park between Renmark and Mildura

    There is nothing more special than heading away out into our many remote Desert locations that we have in abundance here in Australia. We have all heard of the Canning Stock Route, The Birdsville and Strzelecki Tracks, the many great tracks put down by Len Beadell such as the Anne Beadell Highway or the Connie Sue Highway, but have you ever heard of the Nanya Pad Track or the Tipperary Hut Track that can be found right here in South Australia’s Riverland area?” (from Exploroz Blog)

    Danggali Conservation Park and Chowilla Game Reserve are located in South Australia near Renmark. The drive to the starting point at Morgan takes approximately 8 hours from Melbourne. Danggali  was classified as Australia's first Biosphere Reserve in 1977 in an effort to conserve the area's dense mallee scrubland.

    The park provides habitat to many bird species, from major mitchell’s to the rare mallee fowl, offering interesting opportunities for birdwatching. There is also a range of small reptile species such as skinks and you may also see red and western grey kangaroos grazing in the scrub along with shy echidnas.

    Murray Sunset is Victoria’s north-east corner with desert and river bank driving and abundant birdlife.

    The travel distances are relatively long but we will still stop for morning coffee, and lunch (we will also stop at the numerous points of interest lest I be beaten by Sherry).

    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.

    Camping: YOU WILL NEED TO BOOK CAMPING IN DANGGALI AND CHOWILLA (LINKS BELOW) SOON!

    Friday 10th April- Danggali Campsite No 4, https://www.parks.sa.gov.au/booking/details#/accom/73195

    Saturday 11th April- Chowilla Game Reserve Chowilla Creek Campsite (they are all pretty close together)

    https://www.parks.sa.gov.au/booking/details#/accom/73194

    Sunday 12th April- Murray Sunset NP – No booking necessary.

    The camping grounds may be basic so come full self-sufficient – bring adequate water for drinking a cooking.

    Weather:  Desert environment, potentially hot during the day and below freezing at night. Please bring clothing, footwear and camping gear suitable for the conditions. 

    Equipment:  Bring recovery gear, snatch strap, shackles and a shovel [if you have MaxTrax (or the like) you can throw them in if you like]. Cars should be in good condition and all terrain tyres.

    UHF Channel 15.

    Don’t forget to bring your morning tea and lunch.

    Please leave pets at home.  

    Trip Standard: Medium - Most of the main tracks will be easy-medium but there may be track sections that are more difficult depending upon weather and sand conditions. A chance to develop some skills!

    Fuel: Full tank from Morgan. We will be able to refuel early Sunday AM about 400km from the start.

    Duration: 4 days

    Convoy limit: 8 vehicles.

    Meeting Arrangements:  We plan to meet in Morgan (specific location TBA) to set off at 9.00am on Friday. We will aim to finish about lunch time in Mildura on Monday.

    Trip Leaders: Mark Bown and Sherry Mayo; 0437251645

    • 10 Apr 2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 14 Apr 2020
    • 4:00 PM
    • Wyperfeld and Lake Mungo
    • 4

    Wyperfeld and Lake Mungo 

    Date and time:  Friday 10th April – Tuesday 14th April 2020 (Easter)

    Description:  This a base camp trip in two parts;

    Part 1: Arriving in Wyperfeld on Good Friday (10th April 2020) and camping at Wonga camp ground on 10th, 11th.  And 12th. April. You have the option to return to Melbourne on the Monday or continue on with Part 2 of the trip.

    Part 2: Pack up and travel to Lake Mungo on Mon 13th. April. Camp at Mungo on Mon night and explore the area Mon afternoon and Tue, Returning back to Melbourne either Tue night or Wed.

    Note:  When signing up, please indicate if you are intending to come to Lake Mungo or just the Wyperfeld part of the trip.

    Wyperfeld:

    Wonga camp ground about 40km west of Hopetoun, just follow the signs to Wyperfeld National Park. It is a National Park, so no pets, firearms etc. are allowed. The plan is to meet at Wyperfeld Wonga camp around Lunch time on Good Friday. And maybe do a walk from the camp ground leaving at 2.30 pm for those interested. Saturday we will drive north to Snow drift sand due and up to the pink lakes if time permits. Sunday will be a long day travelling west and we will need an early start.

    The Campground is quite large and well spread out and I will try and arrive early and find a spot big enough for the group, my car is a Black Land Rover Discovery 4 and I have an Ultimate camper trailer.

    The Camp ground has drop toilets but you will need to bring your own water for drinking and washing. These days there are no rubbish bins so we need to take our rubbish out with us.

    There are fire pits in Wonga but we are asked to bring your own fire wood and not collect it in the Park

    Please note that there is no mobile reception once you reach the campground

    Camping fees:

    Wonga Campground; Bookings can be made on line at Parks Victoria website. Note: you can book up to 6 people and 3 cars per site.

    https://www.parks.vic.gov.au/places-to-see/parks/wyperfeld-national-park/where-to-stay/camping-in-wyperfeld-national-park

    Lake Mungo:

    Lake Mungo; Entry fee is $8/car /day and camping fee is $8.50 /person/night. I will find out if we need to make a group booking otherwise its pay on entry.

    There is an optional guided walk of the Walls of China ($50/person)

    We plan to do the self-drive tour of Mungo on the Tue. (Easy Standard)

    Temporary Members & Guests: Please ensure that any guests are signed up as Temporary Members, this can be done using the “Join Us tab “on the club website.

    Personal details forms can be found on the club website under the Member’s area.

    Weather:  Warm days and cold nights are the norm but be prepared for all conditions

    Equipment:  Well-maintained vehicle with low range, good clearance (200mm minimum recommended), good all terrain tyres (60 profile minimum recommended), recovery points, standard recovery gear including dampener, rated snatch strap and shackles, shovel and UHF radio (or one borrowed from the club).

    No pets or firearms

    Trip Standard:  Easy to Medium depending on weather. The tracks are mostly sand and these can have deep soft patches but for the most part they are not too difficult.

    Fuel:  Fuel is available at Hopetoun and Rainbow. Our Sat. trip will leave from the camp ground so please fill up before you arrive. Sunday will pass by Rainbow where fuel is available.

    Distance: The travel distances can be relatively long (200km + per day), we will have appropriate stops for morning tea, lunch and points of interest.

    Duration: 10 -14 April 2020

    Convoy limit: 8. It’s a base camp with easy access; Suitable for camper tailers.

    Meeting arrangements:  We plan to meet at Wonga camp ground Friday 10th April (Good Friday) at about lunch time, for those that want to do the walk from the camp ground please arrive by 2.00pm.

    Trip Leaders: John Cunning, mobile phone No. 0488018070.

     

    • 10 Apr 2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 15 Apr 2020
    • 12:00 PM
    • Barmah National Park, Gunbower National Park, Yanga National Park, Mungo National Park
    • 8

    River Red Gum Drive

    10th - 13th April, 2020

    + (Mungo National Park option 13th-15th April)

    Date and time: 10th April, 9.00am  to 15th  April, 12.00 pm (Easter)

    Description: 

    The trip is in two parts. 

    The first part and primary trip is over 4 days commencing from the Barmah National Park, north east of Echuca  on the Friday morning  and finishing  at the Yanga National Park, near Balranald on the Monday.  This trip will  follow generally the route of  the Victorian Iconic 4WD Adventures- River Red Gum Drive, commencing in and exploring the tracks and roads of  the Barmah National Park, then  travelling downstream  to  Koondrook- Barham, along the NSW side of the Murray River. At Koondrook-Barham,  we cross the river  and travel upstream on the Victorian side through the Gunbower National Park to the Torrumbarry Weir, where the drive finishes.  Details of the River Red Gum Drive can be found at - www.4wdvictoria.org.au/iconic4wd/river-red-gum-drive. The River Red Gum Drive follows the Murray  River, winding its way through the Murray River floodplain landscapes within the world's largest River Red Gum forests.  Stops will be made along the way at various points of cultural, historic and natural interest.

    We then travel back to Koondrook on the Murray Valley Highway via Cohuna and  continue to follow the Murray River downstream along back roads to Swan Hill before travelling north to the Yanga National Park, near Balranald. Entry into and camping within the park is free.

    We will be bush camping on the Friday  and Saturday nights at campgrounds along the Murray River and hopefully, in the Yanga National Park on the Murrumbidgee River on the Sunday night. However, the number of camping sites within  the Yanga National Park  is not large, so once the number of members participating on this trip are known, then enquires will be made as to available accomodation. It maybe that we need to stay in the Balranald Caravan Park on the Sunday night if it is  likely sites are  not available in the park, particularly being Easter and the sites are on  a first-come first-in basis.

    The Yanga National Park is one of the newest parks in NSW. We will  visit the Yanga Homestead  which was the home to  one of the Riverina’s most productive pastoral stations. Located in the Yanga National Park and part of the Murrumbidgee Valley National Park, the homestead was built around 1870, along with station outbuildings including stables, a gardener’s shed and station store. There are also rose gardens, restored and maintained by volunteers.  We will also visit the Cook’s Cottage exhibition and wander around the grounds and view  the homestead’s unique Murray pine ‘drop log’ design. There is then an opportunity to  explore the surrounding area along the Yanga Lake walking track and stand on the viewing deck to see evidence of the lake’s Aboriginal heritage and birdlife. Details of the park can be found at- www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/visit-a-park/parks/yanga-national-park.

    The second part is a trip to continue onto the Mungo National Park and to meet up with participants of the Wyperfeld- Lake Mungo trip, led by John Cunning on the Monday and  camp together in the Mungo National Park on the Monday and Tuesday nights  With two groups from our club visiting the park  and considering the time of the year,  there may be limited camping availability in the Park so the number of vehicles, at this stage  that will be able to continue onto the second part of our  trip will be 4-6 vehicles.  The number will be determined closer to the time when the number of vehicles continuing on to the Park from  the Wyperfeld- Lake Mungo trip is known. When registering, please note in the comments line if you are interested in continuing onto the Mungo National Park


    For those continuing onto the second part, we will stay  in the Mungo National Park on Monday and Tuesday and return to Balranald on the Wednesday to finish the trip.  Entry fee to the Park is $8/car /day and camping fee is $8.50 /person/night.  There is an optional guided walk of the Walls of China ($50/person) We plan to do the self-drive (easy standard) tour of Mungo on the Tuesday

    In regard to the Mungo National Park, artefacts of the ancient Aboriginal culture have been found within the vicinity of Lake Mungo dating back over 50,000 years across the expanses of the last ice age. This makes Mungo one of the oldest places outside of Africa to have been occupied by modern humans since ancient times.It is where the remains of the  Mungo Man  were found, dating back some 42,000 year and considered to be the oldest human remains found in Australia.  Details of the Mungo National Park  can be found at www.visitmungo.com.au

    Weather:  Autumn so expect mild days and cool nights.

    Equipment: The  River Red Gum Drive is on unsealed forest roads and tracks. However should wet weather be encountered, normal recovery gear may be required and therefore  is to be carried, with vehicles needing to have low range 4WD capability,  good all-terrain tyres and  be UHF radio equipped. Ideally, a second spare tyre should be carried. Similarly for the trip to the Mungo NP

    Camper trailers or off-road caravans can be taken.

    Trip Standard:  Easy

    Distance:  Approximately 1400 km for the total trip. 

    Duration: 4-6 days

    Convoy limit: 10 vehicles for the River Red Gum Drive.  4-6 vehicles for the Mungo NP option.

    Meeting arrangements:   We will meet at one of the (to be advised)   campgrounds within the Barmah  National Park, near as possible to the township of  Barmah  at 9.00am on Friday 10th  April. The  campground will be  where the trip leaders, who be travelling up on the Thursday, will be staying on the  Thursday night.

    Trip Leaders:  Graeme and Carolyn Allen.  Contact Graeme at graeme.allen86@gmail or on 0477488434 for any further information that you may require or any queries you may have.


    • 22 Apr 2020
    • 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Factory 31/125 Highbury Road Burwood
    • 7

    Targeted at new members, but also open to members who have recently changed vehicles or need a refresher. This course is free to new members and a nominal charge is applicable for repeat members. The RRCV's Driver Trainers are accredited with FWDV and on completion of both theory and practical sessions, you will receive a proficiency certificate that is recognised by all FWDV affiliated clubs. Theory will be held at Factory 31/125 Highbury Road Burwood Victoria. 

    Time: Course commences at 7:30pm sharp - please arrive at least 10 minutes beforehand to complete some paperwork. The practical session is on the Sunday April 26th (details provided at the Theory session) - sign up here for both the theory and practical sessions. 

    Signups: members - please log in to sign up. 

    IMPORTANT - Training is for members only. membership includeds you, your partner and children (up to 25) living at your home. 

    If your partner or child is coming with you for training, please add them as a guest, to ensure they get one of the allocated spots. However, you don't need to include them as a guest if are coming as a passenger only.

    Enquiries to the driver training co-ordinator:   
    Paul Crittenden.    training@rangeroverclub.org.au
     

    Please note that student numbers are limited by the number of instructors available. 

    Be prepared to learn and have fun! 

    Note: If this session is fully booked please add your name to the waitlist.  Any further questions email training@rangeroverclub.org.au 


    • 5 May 2020
    • 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • The Glasshouse at Caulfield Racecourse, 31 Station St, Caulfield East VIC 3145

    Monthly Club Meeting

    Club meetings are generally held on the first Tuesday of most months .

    Note: November is usually pushed to the 2nd Tuesday (some horse race gets in the way) and we dont have a January meeting. Check the calendar dates or contact us to confirm, because we occasionally need to shift meetings.

    Our new location of The Glasshouse at Caulfield Racecourse, 31 Station St, Caulfield East VIC 3145.

    Visitors and prospective members are welcome to come along and see what we’re about! We suggest that you email memberships@rangeroverclub.org.au to let us know you're coming and we'll look out for you.

    Meetings usually include:

    • Welcome to new members
    • Guest speaker
    • Trip reports
    • Raffle
    • Tea/coffee
    • Upcoming events
    • Other club business 

    You don't need to register but if we can get an idea of numbers attending it would help. 

    Dinner will be available prior to the meeting in the main dining  area, so arrive with sufficient time to eat before we head into the auditorium for an 8pm start. People start arriving at 6:30. 

    Dinner will be available in the restaurant before the meeting, but to have any chance of being fed quickly, we suggest the following.

    • Call them to make a reservation, and mention that you're part of the Range Rover Club. Phone: (03) 9257 7170 
    • Order and pay for food at the bar. There is table service but we share tables and it can get confusing to figure out who had what.

    Menu: caulfieldglasshouse.com.au

    Reservations: bookbookonline.com.au

    Phone(03) 9257 7170




    • 13 May 2020
    • 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Factory 31/125 Highbury Road Burwood
    • 8

    Targeted at new members, but also open to members who have recently changed vehicles or need a refresher. This course is free to new members and a nominal charge is applicable for repeat members. The RRCV's Driver Trainers are accredited with FWDV and on completion of both theory and practical sessions, you will receive a proficiency certificate that is recognised by all FWDV affiliated clubs. Theory will be held at Factory 31/125 Highbury Road Burwood Victoria. 

    Time: Course commences at 7:30pm sharp - please arrive at least 10 minutes beforehand to complete some paperwork. The practical session is on the Sunday May 17th (details provided at the Theory session) - sign up here for both the theory and practical sessions. 

    Signups: members - please log in to sign up. 

    IMPORTANT - Training is for members only. membership includeds you, your partner and children (up to 25) living at your home. 

    If your partner or child is coming with you for training, please add them as a guest, to ensure they get one of the allocated spots. However, you don't need to include them as a guest if are coming as a passenger only.

    Enquiries to the driver training co-ordinator:   
    Paul Crittenden.    training@rangeroverclub.org.au
     

    Please note that student numbers are limited by the number of instructors available. 

    Be prepared to learn and have fun! 

    Note: If this session is fully booked please add your name to the waitlist.  Any further questions email training@rangeroverclub.org.au 


    • 20 May 2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 10 Jun 2020
    • 4:00 PM
    • South East Queensland
    • 4

    South East Queensland Adventure  - CANCELLED 

    Date and Time:  20th May 2020 (in Queensland) - 10th June 2020 (Moreton Island)

    Location:      South East Queensland 

    Description:  The aim of this trip is to explore South East Queensland, starting with Nth Stradbroke Island before coming back to the mainland and heading off occasionally dipping over the border into NSW doing a big circuit going as far west as Inglewood and north as Gympie and the Great Sandy National Park before heading down to Moreton island after which the trip will finish. It will be approximately 3000 kilometres over 3 weeks.  People are more than welcome to dip in and out of the trip as they please. We will take five cars as well as ourselves.  Although the itinerary seems busy, some of these destinations will be passing through day trips and some will be base camps and exploring.  It is a go with the flow kinda trip and will be modified if we are running out of time or the weather is lousy. 

    We will meet at Cleveland at 9.00am with the aim of catching the 10.30 Ferry to North Stradbroke Island on the 20th May, we will have three nights return from Nth Stradie on the 23rd May catching the 8.00am or 9.00am ferry back to the mainland.  From where we will head off to the Tamborine Mountains where there are a number of things to see and do including a Rainforest Skywalk and for the really adventurous there is another park that does ziplining, etc.  The aim is to visit and do some of the short walks, see a lot of the sights and find out what makes these parks special enough to be National Parks. 

    1.    Tamborine Mountains National Park
    2.    Springbrook National Park
    3.    Lamington National Park
    4.    Mt Barney National Park
    5.    Mooragool Peak National Park
    6.    Condamine River – Main Ranges National Park
    7.    Queen Mary Falls
    8.    Gambubal State Forest
    9.    Sundown National Park
    10. Collmunda Dam
    11. Bringalily State Forest
    12. Bulli State forest
    13. Wondul Range National Park
    14. Dunmore State Forest
    15. Lake Broadwater Conservation Park
    16. Dalby Town
    17. Bunya Mountains National Park
    18. Coomba Falls
    19. Tarong National Park
    20. Nanango Town
    21. Wandai State Forest
    22. Cherburg Conservation Park
    23. Winery visiting
    24. Wrattens National Park
    25. Oakview National Park
    26. Grongah National Park
    27. Gympie National Park
    28. Goomburian National Park
    29. Great Sandy National Park
    30. Woondum National Park
    31. Mapleton National Park
    32. Bribie Island National Park
    33. Moreton Island
     
    Camper trailers shouldn’t be a problem except when we are doing beach stuff where there maybe some issues due to soft sand in places.  If anybody would like to do some harder stuff, we will be able to visit a couple 4WD parks where I’m sure we will find a few hard tracks.  All terrain tyres are advised as there will be a reasonable amount of sealed and dirt road driving as well as tracks. 

    Camping fees will apply in most places – in national parks this will be approximately $6.65 per person per night or $26.60 for a family up to eight.  Nearly all campsites will have toilets, and some may have showers, we will also stay in the occasional private caravan park so we can get a hot shower, fees for these will be a bit dearer and subject to whether you want a powered site or not. 

    We will be passing through a number of towns so getting provisions regularly shouldn’t be a problem and we will also visit the occasional restaurant or pub for a meal, and we will also be passing through a couple of wine areas, so some wine tasting is also on the cards. 

    There will be some places where we will be able to swim so bring bathers if you are that way inclined like I am. 

    We will be finishing the trip after visiting Moreton Island on the 10th June to allow people plenty of time to get back home before the following Monday or of course head off in other directions if they want. 

    We will need to pre-book the ferries; cost for both Stradbroke and Moreton Islands is approximately $100 each way each trip plus we require 4WD access permits to drive on the islands for Moreton Island this is $52.75, and camping is $13 per night for two people.  Stradie the 4WD access permit is the same as Moreton but unfortunately each island has a separate permit (two separate Aboriginal tribes control an island each) and camping on Stradie is a little dearer subject to where we camp for example beach camping is $20/night for 2 and Point Lookout at the top of the island is $37/night for 2 but there is also powered sites available from $53/night. 

    We will have a trip meeting 6 weeks before so we can organise firm dates and start the booking process especially for the ferries 

    Weather:  The weather may vary between warm to hot days with cool nights and rain is quite possible so bring coats. In other words, cater for all conditions. 

    Equipment:  The usual criteria of vehicles being in good condition, all terrain tyres in good condition, UHF radio, snatch strap and shackles, puncture repair kit, air compressor, winch is optional but as we will be doing quite a bit of sand/beach driving sands tracks are essential and for those without long range tanks a spare jerry can is advisable for Great Sandy and Moreton Island.  

    Communications:  UHF radio (Channel 15) mobile phone (we will have mobile reception in most areas) – I will have the club Sat phone with me also. 

    Pets:  No pets allowed 

    Trip standard:  Medium with quite a bit of easy stuff including bitumen, dirt roads, dirt and sandy tracks and beaches. 

    Fuel:  there will be plenty of places to fuel up but if you don’t have a long-range tank a jerry can is recommended for doing Great Sandy NP and Moreton Island 

    Duration:  4 weeks Melbourne to Melbourne – 3 weeks in Queensland. 

    Convoy Limit:  6 vehicles 

    Meeting arrangements:  We will meet in Cleveland at 9.00am on Wednesday the 20th (Specific location TBA) 

    Trip leaders:  Lloyd and Shanna Hetrick; Ph Lloyd 0418 336 156

     

    • 2 Jun 2020
    • 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • The Glasshouse at Caulfield Racecourse, 31 Station St, Caulfield East VIC 3145

    Monthly Club Meeting

    Club meetings are generally held on the first Tuesday of most months .

    Note: November is usually pushed to the 2nd Tuesday (some horse race gets in the way) and we dont have a January meeting. Check the calendar dates or contact us to confirm, because we occasionally need to shift meetings.

    Our new location of The Glasshouse at Caulfield Racecourse, 31 Station St, Caulfield East VIC 3145.

    Visitors and prospective members are welcome to come along and see what we’re about! We suggest that you email memberships@rangeroverclub.org.au to let us know you're coming and we'll look out for you.

    Meetings usually include:

    • Welcome to new members
    • Guest speaker
    • Trip reports
    • Raffle
    • Tea/coffee
    • Upcoming events
    • Other club business 

    You don't need to register but if we can get an idea of numbers attending it would help. 

    Dinner will be available prior to the meeting in the main dining  area, so arrive with sufficient time to eat before we head into the auditorium for an 8pm start. People start arriving at 6:30. 

    Dinner will be available in the restaurant before the meeting, but to have any chance of being fed quickly, we suggest the following.

    • Call them to make a reservation, and mention that you're part of the Range Rover Club. Phone: (03) 9257 7170 
    • Order and pay for food at the bar. There is table service but we share tables and it can get confusing to figure out who had what.

    Menu: caulfieldglasshouse.com.au

    Reservations: bookbookonline.com.au

    Phone(03) 9257 7170




    • 7 Jul 2020
    • 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
    • The Glasshouse at Caulfield Racecourse, 31 Station St, Caulfield East VIC 3145

    Monthly Club Meeting

    Club meetings are generally held on the first Tuesday of most months .

    Note: November is usually pushed to the 2nd Tuesday (some horse race gets in the way) and we dont have a January meeting. Check the calendar dates or contact us to confirm, because we occasionally need to shift meetings.

    Our new location of The Glasshouse at Caulfield Racecourse, 31 Station St, Caulfield East VIC 3145.

    Visitors and prospective members are welcome to come along and see what we’re about! We suggest that you email memberships@rangeroverclub.org.au to let us know you're coming and we'll look out for you.

    Meetings usually include:

    • Welcome to new members
    • Guest speaker
    • Trip reports
    • Raffle
    • Tea/coffee
    • Upcoming events
    • Other club business 

    You don't need to register but if we can get an idea of numbers attending it would help. 

    Dinner will be available prior to the meeting in the main dining  area, so arrive with sufficient time to eat before we head into the auditorium for an 8pm start. People start arriving at 6:30. 

    Dinner will be available in the restaurant before the meeting, but to have any chance of being fed quickly, we suggest the following.

    • Call them to make a reservation, and mention that you're part of the Range Rover Club. Phone: (03) 9257 7170 
    • Order and pay for food at the bar. There is table service but we share tables and it can get confusing to figure out who had what.

    Menu: caulfieldglasshouse.com.au

    Reservations: bookbookonline.com.au

    Phone(03) 9257 7170




    • 29 Jul 2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 21 Aug 2020
    • 4:00 PM
    • Longreach, Mt Isa, Birdsville
    • 6

    Mt Isa Mines Rodeo, Longreach, Birdsville  - CANCELLED

    Date and time:  29 July to 21 Aug 2020.  24 days.

    Description:  Road trip to Mt Isa Queensland to attend the Mt Isa Mines Rodeo which is said to be the largest rodeo in the Southern hemisphere.

    Visit www.isarodeo.com.au for more detail on the rodeo itself.

    The trip is suited to off-road camper trailers and caravans capable of travelling on corrugated outback dirt roads including the Birdsville Track.

    We will depart Melbourne and stop overnight mainly in caravan parks in order to enjoy their showers and toilets. On the way to Isa, overnight stops are planned in Darlington Point near Griffith, Kidman’s Camp at Bourke, then two nights and a rest day at Charlotte Plains Station near Cunnamulla where we can soak in hot artesian baths whilst taking in the outback scenery. Check it out at www.charlotteplains.com.au.

    The trip continues to Charleville and then on to a tiny unique town called Ilfracombe which is well worth a visit. We will take another rest day at Ilfracombe to visit the QANTAS Founders Museum at Longreach where you can get up close and personal with a jumbo jet and the famous Stockman Hall of Fame. From Ilfracombe it is a full day’s drive to the remains of a uranium mining town called Mary Kathleen where we will bush camp overnight to explore what is left of the mine and town. From Mary Kathleen it is a short drive into Mt Isa for the start of the 3-day rodeo. After the rodeo we will stay an extra day to visit the underground Hard Times Mine and let the traffic on the outback roads disperse.

    Leaving Mt Isa, we start the journey home stopping the night in Boulia whilst heading south to iconic Birdsville where we will spend two days exploring this remote community and visit the Birdsville Hotel. A day trip out to the Betoota pub can be done from Birdsville. Departing Birdsville, we head down the Birdsville Track for Marree and camp at another outback icon, the Marree Hotel. From Marree we continue south and into the Flinders Ranges stopping overnight at Wilpena Pound on our way to Peterborough. Another rest day in Peterborough will allow us to visit Steamtown which is a heritage rail museum with lots of interesting trains and carriages from the days of steam and early diesel. The last two days are spent returning to Melbourne via Mildura and St Arnaud.

    Distances travelled on most days will be three to five hundred kilometres with most of the driving on bitumen save the Birdsville Track and 40 kms when approaching the flinders ranges.

    Weather:  We should enjoy warm sunny days in the mid to high 20’s as we head north. However, the clear nights in the outback can be very cold with sub zero temperatures not uncommon.

    Equipment:  Well-maintained 4WD vehicle with good all terrain tyres, recovery points, standard recovery gear including dampener, rated snatch strap and shackles, shovel and UHF radio (or one borrowed from the club). A sat phone will be taken for emergency use. Mobile reception is typically available in all towns visited.

    No pets or firearms as we will be visiting the Flinders Ranges National Park.

    Trip Standard:  Easy with some medium sections including potentially badly corrugated outback roads (Birdsville Track).

    Fuel:  Fuel is generally readily available on the planned routes.

    Distance:  Approx. total distance is 5,800 Km of mainly bitumen driving.

    Duration: 24 days

    Convoy limit: 6 vehicles

    Meeting arrangements:  First day’s travel to Darlington Point is via Yea, Seymour, and Tocumwal. We can pre-arrange convenient times and locations to meet up during the first morning.

    Trip Leader: Roland Hollingsworth - rolandjh@optusnet.com.au

     

    • 7 Sep 2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 23 Sep 2020
    • 4:00 PM
    • Central Australia
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    The Great Australian Desert Loop – Cocklebiddy to Birdsville

    RRCV Jaunt September 2019

    Monday 7th September 2019 to Wednesday 23nd September 2019

    Call for Expressions of Interest

    The trip will commence in Cocklebiddy and finish in Birdville, the planned route is shown below, and should take about 17 days.

    The object of not starting and ending in Melbourne is to accommodate some flexibility so

    that those with time on their hands can tack trips on to the start and end of this trip– these are good points to plan additional trips.

    Sherry and I plan to continue south to Innamincka via the Birdsville Track and Walkers Crossing, and on to Broken Hill and Melbourne and welcome anyone who wishes to join us.

    Melbourne – Cocklebiddy      2,272 km

    Cocklebiddy - Rawlinna        148 km

    Rawlinna – Warburton           634 km            (via Connie Sue Hwy)                               Permit

    Warburton – Docker River     339 km            (via Great Central Rd)                               Permit

    Docker River – Kintore          317 km            (via Sandy Bight Junction Rd)       Permit

    Kintore – Alice Springs          521 km            (via Gary Junction Rd)              Permit

    Alice Springs – Jervois           333 km            (via Plenty Hwy)

    Jervois – Birdsville                620 km            (via Hay River Track)                                Permit


    Birdsville – Innamincka         364 km            (via Birdsville Track & Walkers Crossing)

    Innamincka – Broken Hill      677 km            (Silver City Hwy)

    Broken Hill to Melbourne      838 km

    Total                                      7,063 km

    Those wanting to read more information may find it in “Great Desert Track – Atlas & Guide” HEMA Maps Pty Ltd, 2013. Trips 5, 19, 16, 12, 3, and 13.

    This is not a trip that should be undertaken without very serious consideration given to all of the topics covered in this expression of interest document. There will sections of dune driving in addition to the endless kilometres of brain jarring corrugations. All of that said it’s likely to be an interesting trip for those capable and with a totally prepared rig.

    Please read through the following expedition requirements carefully and if you feel as though you'd like to be a part of the discussion and possibly join the trip let us know. By its very nature this cannot be a club trip where it's 'first in best dressed'- careful and serious consideration needs to be undertaken by the trip leader with regard to the safety and capabilities of the eventual final group so as to ensure that everyone enjoys a wonderful and safe adventure. This as yet is not a call for sign-ups – we need to see the level of interest first to see if the trip is doable.

    As with the Canning Stock Route we did in 2018 we plan to rotate the lead vehicle and TEC with all those wishing to lead having the opportunity to do so.

    Personal Considerations

    You ought to be free of health concerns (as much as any of us can be!) and have a clear understanding right from the outset that this will be a physically demanding trip. This is rugged terrain, very hard on anyone with back complaints etc, not to mention anyone with a low tolerance of flies! A sense of humour and sense of adventure is paramount for this trip, as would be a willingness to take direction when necessary from the trip leader and to go with the flow if plans have to change for whatever reason. You would also need to understand that in the event of a major breakdown to one of the vehicles the group may be unable to complete the trip.

    Driving and skill level required:

    If you haven't travelled in the deserts before then this trip is not for you unless in the interim you undertake proper sand driving 4wd training. There's nothing more frustrating for yourself or the rest of the group that long and unnecessary delays waiting continually for one car to complete an obstacle. We'll all be caught out by a dune here and there, that's understood, but it's vital for the enjoyment by all that all drivers are at a level. At any rate, once the final group has been determined, we may look to stage a sand driving weekend in Wyperfeld National Park to enable us to all brush up on sand driving skills.

    Supplies/Catering

    You would need to be able to comfortably carry food and supplies for a minimum of 8 days away from services, in hot daytime conditions and cold nights. Be prepared to cook on fuel stoves only as we will not be able to have fires at all camps.

    Vehicle and Vehicle Preparation

    On similar trips in past years on trips in desert trips we've had several mechanical issues even though our vehicles were all thoroughly prepared. Broken coil springs, blown shock absorbers, reversing lights rattling loose and causing electrical issues, shattered rear quarter windows, broken torsion bar mounts, bothersome turbo charger hoses and umpteen tyre failures to name a few. As such it's vital that your high-clearance, low range equipped 4WD undergoes a thorough pre-trip inspection and major service before setting off. Your car needs to be in top-notch condition.

    Wheels/Tyres 

    Rim size no bigger than 18 inch. Your tyres, ATs at a minimum, need to be new or near new, and two full spare wheels need to be carried. A tyre repair kit, good quality air compressor and your willingness and ability to assist with tyre changes a must. You'll also find a good quality tyre deflator a godsend and a Tyre Pressure Monitoring system is great for peace of mind on long corrugated stretches. A jack and jacking plate so that you can easily jack your fully loaded rig in sandy conditions

    Suspension

    A suspension upgrade where possible (eg Kings Springs/ Koni Shocks) is highly advisable. A spare Rear (and front where applicable) spring should be carried. Spare rear and front shocks (comparable to your updated ones) should be carried. 1 of each is usually sufficient unless left and right are different.

    Fuel Capacity

    Sufficient fuel for 1000 km (Minimum 180 litres of diesel for a 3.0 litre Toyota Prado – you must know your fuel consumption in sand driving).

    Roof Rack Loads

    Must be within vehicle manufacturers limits, taking into account the weight of your roof rack.

    Spare Parts

    Filters, Hoses. belts, fuses and oils should be carried.

    Other considerations

    RACV Total Care a must as is a comprehensive tool kit to suit your vehicle

    Be aware that paintwork scratches are almost inevitable.

    All items in your vehicle need to be securely tied down

    A Solar Charge option for layover days is a really good idea - No generators

    You'll need an in car UHF aerial plus a 5W hand held

    You'll be required to attend pre-trip planning meetings and pre-trip vehicle inspection.

    Enquiries/expressions of interest to mark.bown@csiro.au or phone 0437251645


Past events

28 Mar 2020 Licola to Heyfield - CANCELLED
28 Mar 2020 Toolangi Adventures - CANCELLED
20 Mar 2020 POSTPONED - Otways - Slow-paced weekend basecamp
10 Mar 2020 Post Dargo Extension Touring East Gippsland
7 Mar 2020 Dargo basecamp
4 Mar 2020 Club Meeting (NOTE: It's on Wednesday)
29 Feb 2020 Toolangi State Forest Exploration
23 Feb 2020 Blackwood to Gisborne
22 Feb 2020 Gisborne to Blackwood
19 Feb 2020 Driver Training February 2020
16 Feb 2020 Victorian 4WD show - Warragul
7 Feb 2020 Mt Buller, surrounding mountains and cattlemen’s huts
4 Feb 2020 Club meeting - February - NEW LOCATION
25 Jan 2020 Australia Day Weekend 2020 (Little Desert, Ngarkat & Big Desert)
25 Jan 2020 Exploring State Forests around Mount Skene - Cancelled due to bushfires
5 Jan 2020 R.Pepper - Trek 11 – Mt Disappointment
8 Dec 2019 Exploring the Rubicon State Forest. Day 2 of 2
7 Dec 2019 Exploring the Rubicon State Forest. Day 1 of 2
3 Dec 2019 Christmas party & club meeting
20 Nov 2019 Driver Training
16 Nov 2019 Skipworth campground, Jamieson - base camp
12 Nov 2019 Club meeting - November revised date
2 Nov 2019 Licola to Mansfield via Wonangatta Station
2 Nov 2019 Orbost to Licola and the Avon River Valley
26 Oct 2019 Pyrenees basecamp
19 Oct 2019 Far East Gippsland Track Clearing with Parks Vic
18 Oct 2019 Cruiserkhana - Competitor register
13 Oct 2019 Driver Proficiency Plus Training Day
4 Oct 2019 Madras Bros
27 Sep 2019 SA-Vic Border Track
14 Sep 2019 Land Rover Terrain Response Experience Day
9 Sep 2019 Flinders Ranges
24 Aug 2019 Snow trip - Walhalla to Jamieson via Mt Skene
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
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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