"Provision of predominately offpeak four wheel driving"


Whatever we do will be done with planning, care and attention to detail so that members can enjoy the best outcomes possible.  This means that, initially, we may do a little less - but it will be done exceptionally well.

Near enough is never good enough.  The Club is committed to achieving the very best outcomes for it's Members.  Excellence is doing the very best with what you have.

Members who pay fees are entitled to open, accountable and diligent leadership.  Members want to be proud of their Club, which is built on mutual understanding and respect.  Relationship integrity is key for all of us.

The success of the best organisations doesn't just happen, it is forged by strong, visionary and capable leaders who can "read the game" and adapt to meet new challenges.  Leadership training is also part of the OFFPEAK 4WD CLUB INC's commitment so that leadership responsibility can be sensibly and capably shared.  It's an "added value" for members to be trained by other qualified and experienced leaders.


  1. To promote and encourage four-wheel driving activities and trips for members, predominantly during off-peak periods.
  2. To provide four-wheel drive training for members in a safe and controlled environment.
  3. To promote safe and responsible four-wheel driving, with particular regard to preservation of the environment.
  4. By association with other related organisations, to promote, encourage and support the interests of drivers of four-wheel drive vehicles.


  • Obey the laws and regulations for Recreational Vehicles that apply to public lands.
  • Respect the cultural, heritage and environmental values of public/private land, by obeying restrictions that may apply.
  • Respect our flora and fauna.  Stop and look, but never disturb.
  • Keep to formed vehicle tracks.
  • Keep the environment clean.  Carry your own, and any other, rubbish out of the bush.
  • Keep your vehicle mechanically sound and clean to reduce the environmental impact.
  • Adopt minimal impact camping and driving practices.
  • Seek permission before driving on private land.  Do not disturb livestock or watering points, leave gates as found.
  • Take adequate water, food, fuel, basic spares and a first aid kit on all trips.  In remote areas travel with another vehicle and have Royal Flying Doctor Service, or equivalent, radio contact on standby.
  • Enjoy your recreation and respect the rights of others.
  • Plan ahead and lodge trip details with a responsible person.
  • Support four-wheel drive touring as a responsible and legitimate family recreational activity.  Consider joining an affiliated four-wheel drive Club.