If you like getting out in the outdoors, playing in the mud, fresh air, beautiful scenery then joining the TLCCWA on one of our trips is a must. You get test out the full capabilities of your vehicle, try out your winching skills with plenty of guidance. This Sunday was our annual mud run and we found plenty to play in. If you are interested please contact us at enquires @tlccwa.org.au. ... See MoreSee Less
Liam Jones this was several track joined together to make our way around Harvey / Collie region
So, how have you BEE’n Keeping? Something a little different today, one of our members organised two trips to a training apiary, one during the week and one at the weekend so that the worker Bee’s amongst us can also enjoy learning about the art of Bee Keeping with the European Honey Bee. It was a little bit weird donning the bright white alien like suit but a necessity to protect us from being stung, the noise and the amount of bees buzzing around us was amazing if a little disconcerting at times. Thank you to Rita and John of Chittering Valley Honey for Bee’ing excellent hosts, ensuring our safety and being informative. the A-Team had a great time today and the ‘Bee’ team have a really good day to look forward to on Tuesday. Enough of the Bee jokes now, I am buzzing off to enjoy the rest of my weekend. 🐝 ... See MoreSee Less
Hi sis I have the the European 🐝 And I'm about to get a my second load of honey. It so lovely.
I love that! 💕
Andy Hocking 🐝
GLORIOUS! Scenic picnic spot, good company talking travel, AFL, lost and found dogs - enjoying together all the bush has to offer. Simple things to refresh and energise the body. Sharing the wonderful WA bushland and wildflower scenery with Netherlands overlanders Jan and Margriet. Another bush picnic day on soon. Join visitors taste testing a Club day run. Enquiries@tlccwa.org.au ... See MoreSee Less
Was an amazing day, with great company! Love going on trips with you Nesta
Have they got a Facebook? And are they coming down south at all?
A few members gave up their Sunday morning to help in the clean up at Kaarakin Black Cockatoo Conservation Centre. We normally do this once a year in conjunction with the Western Australian 4wd Association and a few other local 4wd clubs. Fortunately it wasn’t too hot this morning, hard work, but well worth it. Thank you everyone for your efforts! #TLCCWA #Kaarakinblackcockatooconservationcentre www.blackcockatoorecovery.com... See MoreSee Less
What a small world! Hubby was off 4WDing at Wilbinga but I was there this morning doing a tour with the Military Art Program. We saw the volunteers hard at work so hats off to all. Well done 👏
Such an amazing place doing such great conservation work. Here’s a cheeky shot I got of one of the residents 😄