Land Rover Club of the ACT

Club Description

We welcome anyone and don't be fooled by the name, all are welcome.
The Land Rover Club of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is a non-profit, social and recreational club for residents of the A.C.T. and region with a common interest in four wheel drive vehicles. Established in the 1960s by a group of Land Rover enthusiasts, the Club caters for owners of all types of vehicles with serious off-road capability, including Jeeps, Land Rovers, Mitsubishis, Nissans and Toyotas.

The Club's aim is to promote safe, responsible four wheel driving, consistent with the Four Wheel Drive NSW & ACT Code of Ethics, as well as respect for the Australian environment and its cultural heritage by employing the “Tread Lightly” philosophy. To this end, we provide advice to members on four wheel driving and recovery techniques and undertake related community activities, such as the recovery of abandoned vehicles from ACT forests and reserves and the restoration of Long Plain Hut. We also engage in demonstration events, including our regular "Show & Tell" days and the 4WD Spectacular which is held every two years at Queanbeyan Showground.

However, our core activity is four wheel drive trips, from one-day adventures in the local region to journeys of many weeks duration to the most remote corners of Australia, including the Club's popular Outback Land Rover Heritage Drives, which are open to all heritage 4WDs.

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