Monthly Meetings

The club's monthly meeting are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm at the Deakin Football Club. The club's AGM is held during the October meeting.

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Easter Night Drive in the Brindies

Easter Night Drive in the Brindies

Activity Description:

We will have afternoon tea and an Easter egg hunt at the Cotter Playground and then head up to Mount Coree to watch the sunset, this is a great photo opportunity. After this we will head to McIntyres hut for dinner and then head home. Requirements Basic driver training, basic recovery gear, UHF radio, good tyres, well maintained and reliable vehicle, bring your own afternoon tea and dinner. Camera, Torch, blanket and chair are also a good idea. Depending on weather the plan may change. This is a great family trip to bring the kiddies along to. Meeting place will be at Cotter playground at 3:30 pm. Estimated return time is around 10pm. If you have any queries regarding this trip contact (Lynne) 0418 631 669 (Rob) 0407 072 573

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Washup Report:

Created by:

Lynne Donaldson


Activity Status : Approved

Activity Type : Trip

Activity Grade : Grade 3

Date From : 15/04/2017

Date to : 15/04/2017

Max Vehicles : 8

Start Time : 7:00 pm

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The club provides two levels of membership

full member           family member

To be a Full Member you must own a suitable four wheel drive vehicle and hold a driver's licence. Basic Driver Training is provided only to the Full Members. Partners and family members of the Full Member are categorised as Family Members and may undertake Basic Driver training by becoming full members but pay only the annual membership fee component (not the joining fee) and may revert to family membership after 12 months. Details of all membership entitlements are provided at Section 3 (1) of the club by-laws.

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