Trips & Activities

MAR
ACTIVITY
PLACE
TIME
RATING
CONTACT
3 Clean Up Australia Cnr Boundary St and Morris Rd 8:00 am   Wayne
6 Management meeting   7:30 pm    
12 General meeting Greek Orthodox Community Hall, Cnr. Hume & Perth Sts. 7:30 pm    
23-24 Car Maintenance Workshop 48 Peters Road, Meringandan West 8:00 am   Len, Leo and Mark
31 Celebration of John Withcott Hotel 10:00 am   Wayne and Mark
APR
ACTIVITY
PLACE
TIME
RATING
CONTACT
3 Management meeting   7:30 pm    
9 General meeting Greek Orthodox Community Hall, Cnr. Hume & Perth Sts. 7:30 pm    
13-23 Victorian High Country see trip flyer     Leo
MAY
ACTIVITY
PLACE
TIME
RATING
CONTACT
1 Management meeting   7:30 pm    
4 Club promotion Clifford Park Special School TBA E Matthew
10-13 Fraser Island Clean-up Farmers Arms, Cabarlah     Matthew
14 General Meeting Greek Orthodox Community Hall, Cnr. Hume & Perth Sts. 7:30 pm    
21 Trip planning 48 Peters Road, Meringandan West 7:30 pm    
25 Fox Hunt Cobb & Co carpark TBA E Mark

last updated March 2019

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TRIP GRADINGS

All Club trips are to be graded using one of the following:

Social – No 4 Wheel Driving. No requirement to have completed Club 4WD driver training.

Scenic – No planned 4 Wheel Driving however, 4WD High Range may be required to negotiate slippery formed roads. No requirement to have completed Club 4WD driver training.

Easy – Planned 4 Wheel Driving, 4WD High Range and possibly 4WD Low Range, will be required to negotiate a moderate range of varying terrains. Drivers must have completed the Clubs' driver training/awareness course or an accepted equivalent.

Medium – Planned 4 Wheel Driving, both 4WD High and Low Range will be required to negotiate steep inclines (up and down), sloping terrain, various ground surfaces, axle deep water crossings and the possibility of recovery using a snatch strap. Drivers must have completed the Clubs' driver training/awareness course or an accepted equivalent.

Hard - Planned 4 Wheel Driving, both 4WD High and Low Range will be required to negotiate very steep inclines (up and down), sloping terrain, various ground surfaces, above axle deep water crossings and most probably conduct recoveries using a snatch strap. Drivers must have completed the Clubs' driver training/awareness course or an accepted equivalent.

Note

1. These trip ratings are derived from the Outdoor Sports and Recreation Competency Standards that underpin our current Basic Four Wheel Driving competency based training.

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