The club runs a variety of trips throughout the year ranging from mild non-scratch trips through to serious mud trips and everything in between.
All prospective members must attend two meetings and trips to be nominated for membership pending approval by the remainder of the club.
Following inital attendance at a meeting, access to the club Facebook page will be enabled for 30 days or until membership is approved opening up access to club discussions, photos and other information.
Paid members have private access to our members only section of the website where you can find general discussion, technical articles, trip lists, trip reports and more.
All vehicles participating in a club trip must have approved tow points front and rear, plus carry the basic equipment of a tow strop, shovel, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, and PRS radio.
Monthly meetings are held 6:30pm every second Wednesday of the month.
All members and prospective members welcome.
Easy driving on formed roads and tracks. Usually well formed and stable. Small water crossings. Minimal chance of damage, scratching or getting stuck.
More difficult tracks and river beds.
Minor water crossings. Mud, soft shingle, and possible scratching to vehicles.
Difficult off-track driving, deep mud, wet clay, significant water crossings, deep ruts, and scratching of sills and other damage could occur. Some winching possible.
Rugged and difficult terrain, deep mud, deep water, deep ruts on tracks.
Winching required, steep and difficult clay, very wet mud bogs.
Very extreme conditions, steep and difficult terrain, very deep water, very deep mud bogs, seriously rutted tracks, big rocks. Winching required often.
Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the Month (except January).
All current and Prospective Members are welcome.
Following initial attendance at a Meeting, access to the Club Facebook page will be enabled for 30 days opening up access to Club discussions, photos and other information.
All Prospective Members must attend two Meetings and two Trips to be nominated for Membership.
Please use the 'CONTACT US' form for further information on Meeting location.
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lands for Member Clubs and to promote Four Wheel
Driving as a valid and accepted form of recreation"
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Canterbury Jeep Club Inc.