Trip Calendar

 Trip Calendar

Whilst club trips are generally open to visitors, there is a prerequisite to attend at least one club meeting prior to going on any club trip. Click here for more info.

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Western Flora

Western Flora

Aug 13, 4:00pm - Aug 15, 4:00pm

Trip Leader: Grumpy
Grade: 2-3, Usual Spares and Recovery Equipment
Bring: Flower Book & Cameras
Spend 2 nights on wildflower farm taking scenic drives to hunt orchids in a beautiful area with some of the highest biodiversity in Australia; with wildflower talks for the really keen. 600K round trip. Camping fees apply (estimate $24 per 2 persons per night). Fire is allowed and camp oven cooking will be a focus of the trip. The trip home on Sunday is not suitable for on road vans.
Visitors Y, Dogs N, Tents Y, Off and On road campers and caravans Y (But see above)
Departure time TBA
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2 interested  ·  1 going
Whitegum Farm Games Weekend

Whitegum Farm Games Weekend

Aug 28, 9:00am - Aug 29, 2:00pm

Whitegum Farm680 Cameron RoadYork, WA6302 Map

Trip Leader: KIWI
Grade: 0-4 (Spectators to Competitors)
All camping to be booked through Trip Leader. Deposit of $20 required to secure spot. You do not have to compete. Come as a spectator, Help marshals, socialise or have fun in the games. Games will cater for mild skill tests to hard obstacle/cross country. Visitors Welcome. Pets allowed but must be on lead at all time.
Your Name MUST be on the Trip Sheet to go. This can be done at our next meeting.
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10 interested  ·  1 going
Karara Rangeland - Early/Mid Sept 2021

Karara Rangeland - Early/Mid Sept 2021

Sep 11, 8:00am - Sep 17, 4:00am

Trip Leader: Big Red
Description: Easy runs with sightseeing (coincides with Wildflower season). More details to come but usual spares, recovery equipment and sense of humour! Grade 2. Date around early/mid Sept 2021. Duration 6 Days. Will confirm departure date closer to time.

1 going
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May General Meeting

May General Meeting

May 27, 7:15pm - May 27, 9:00pm

Belmont Park Tennis Club351 – 353 Robinson Ave (Opposite Scott St)Cloverdale, WA6105 Map

Welcome all. Doors officially open at 7:15pm to check the trips and socialise with the sit down meeting starting at 7:30PM. There will be a light supper although a COVID conscious supper. The COVID Crew led by VP Grant will have that aspect sorted with 1.5 mtr rule and sanitisers. Roll-on Vaccines. Don't we love the trip photos/verbal's - a highlight for members and visitors. Please put your verbal trip photos on a thumb drive and hand to overhead projector controller before the meeting... See MoreSee Less

6 interested  ·  2 going
Ramble Through the Pilbara

Ramble Through the Pilbara

May 1, 8:00am - May 13, 3:00pm

Bindoon Bakery

Trip Lead: Chaser (Brian & Chris)
Departure Time: TBA
A ramble through the Pilbara visiting Newman, Skull Springs, Carawine Gorge, Marble Bar, Coppin Gap, 80 Mile Beach and more.
Vistors: Yes, Off Road Campers: Yes,
Tents: Yes, No On or Off road Caravans.
Parts/Equipment: Spares for traveling in remote area.

1 interested  ·  1 going
CBD (Collie, Boddington, Dwellingup)

CBD (Collie, Boddington, Dwellingup)

Apr 24, 8:00am - Apr 26, 3:00pm

Departure Point / Time TBA

Trip Lead: Grumpy
Departure Time: TBA
Grade: 3-4
We are going to drive from Collie via Boddington to Dwellingup over two Days. On ANZAC Day (Sun) we will drive to Wandering for the Dawn Service and then take in some of the tracks in the area. The aim is to keep off the black top as far as possible - we will probably get lost a bit and do some U turns. We will be camping close to Boddington
Visitors Y, Tents Y, Caravans & Campers Y (see notes on trip sheet), Dogs N
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2 interested
Rocks And Ruins

Rocks And Ruins

Apr 17, 9:00am - Apr 25, 3:00pm

The Lakes Roadhouse

Beyond Wheat belt to Menzies.

Trip Leader: Rusty (Russell and Nita)
Grade: 2/3
Parts/Equipment: Bush camping gear. Water fuel for 800Km
Visitors: Yes,
Off Road campers and Tents: Yes
Caravans: No

2 interested
WWW (Wellington Wilderness Weekend)

WWW (Wellington Wilderness Weekend)

Apr 17, 9:00am - Apr 18, 4:00pm

Trop Leader: Xena
Beautiful bush camp next to water, hope to be able to do some nightsky photography if sky is clear.
Equipment: Usual recovery gear, water, toilet paper
Bring: Fully self-sufficient(No water, toilets on site), Camera, Video
enquiries@tlccwa.org.au

2 interested
The Hunt Continues

The Hunt Continues

Apr 2, 8:30am - Apr 5, 4:00pm

St Ronan Well Reserve - Gt Southern Hwy

Trip Lead: Grumpy
Tracks may be Scratchy
Charles Cooke Hunt was a relatively unknown Western Australian explorer, Hunts Track opened up the interior to explorers, travellers and shepherds. Most importantly it linked a series of 26 wells, dams, tanks and soaks, securing a safe reliable route east of York to the Hamilton Plains. We found some of these wells and tracks in 2019 and are going to search for some more. We have a rough route planned. Some fees may apply. Camp fires should be permitted.
Visitors Y.
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2 interested  ·  1 going
March General Meeting

March General Meeting

Mar 25, 7:30pm - Mar 25, 9:00pm

Belmont Park Tennis Club351 – 353 Robinson Ave (Opposite Scott St)Cloverdale, WA6105 Map

Welcome all. Doors officially open at 7:00pm to check the trips and socialise with the sit down meeting starting at 7:30PM. There will be a light supper although a COVID conscious supper. Still bring your own Pen. The COVID Crew led by VP Grant will have that aspect sorted with 1.5 mtr rule and sanitisers. Roll-on Vaccines. Don't we love the trip photos/verbal's - a highlight for members and visitors. Please put your verbal trip photos on a thumb drive and hand to overhead projector controller before the meeting.... See MoreSee Less

3 interested  ·  5 going
Lifecycle for Canteen -  Onroad Event

Lifecycle for Canteen - Onroad Event

Mar 6, 6:00am - Mar 8, 5:00pm

Ashfield Reserve, Bassendean

Support vehicles for Lifecycle riders – towing, sleeping for 2 nights and extra water for riders, food & accommodation provided. Currently need 3 more Vehicles. Dogs – N, Campers - N, Caravans – N, Tents – Y If interested in joining the club and helping out with this and Offroad events in the future please email enquiries@tlccwa.org.au

1 interested  ·  5 going
Capes & Caves; Grapes & no Graves

Capes & Caves; Grapes & no Graves

Feb 26, 6:00pm - Mar 1, 4:00pm

BP Forest Hwy

Explore between Cape Naturalist and Cape Leeuwin. We will be camping in the Boranup Forest. Take in a winery or two, and and possibly visit one of the caves in the area. No facilities at campsite - some fees apply. Camp fire permitted.
Enquiries@tlccwa.org.au

1 interested  ·  2 going
February AGM and General Meeting

February AGM and General Meeting

Feb 25, 7:30pm - Feb 25, 9:00pm

Belmont Park Tennis Club351 – 353 Robinson Ave (Opposite Scott St)Cloverdale, WA6105 Map

Welcome all. This months meeting starts at 6:00PM with a boxed dinner for those who pre-ordered. Doors officially open at 7:00pm to check the trips and socialise with the sit down meeting starting at 7:30PM. There will be a light supper although a COVID conscious supper. Still bring your own Pen. The COVID Crew led by VP Grant will have that aspect sorted with 1.5 mtr rule and sanitisers. Roll-on Vaccines. Don't we love the trip photos/verbal's - a highlight for members and visitors. Please put your verbal trip photos on a thumb drive and hand to overhead projector controller before the meeting.... See MoreSee Less

4 interested  ·  4 going
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