Date Sat & Sun, 2-3 September

Type  Weekend Trip

Grade  C

Leader  Mario & Miran Poli



Take a weekend away to step back in time and discover a chapter of NSW's gold rush history.  Starting in Bathurst, we will take the Root Hog Crossing/Bridle Track route to Hill End, a small remnant village of colonial NSW and its gold rush history. Staying overnight in 100 year old first class locomotive sleeper cabins will allow us the time to slowly appreciate the history of Hill End.   Dogs on a leash are welcome.

After a hearty breakfast, a late start next morning will see us on our way for a stop at Sofala, Australia's oldest surviving gold town, before following some 4wd tracks along the Turon River on our way back home.

Low range, high clearance vehicles required. Max 10 vehicles.

Contact Mario for more information and to book.

Date Saturday 16 September

Type  Day Trip

Grade  E

Leader  Ted & Anne Rayment



An annual fixture on the Club calendar.

Arrive mid afternoon and set up table and chairs then cook over the campfire ready to eat at a time to be arranged - usually 7.00pm when all food is put out and everyone shares.

Bring a table, chairs, food and drink for a terrific social night in a very relaxed environment


Date  Wednesday 20 September

Type  General Meeting

Grade  Meeting

Leader  Jim Nicholson



concord land rover

49-53 Parramatta rd, concord


Meeting starts at 8.00pm.

This is our first visit to Concord Land Rover - Come along for a great night out in their very impressive showroom facilities.

Meet the staff and see all the new Land Rover models

Please bring a folding chair.

Supper will be served after the meeting.





Date Sunday 24 September

Type  External Event

Grade  N/A

Contact  Jim Nicholson


Bicentennial Equestrian Park, Camden


Part of the weekend display day by the Land Rover Owners Club, Sydney, where our Range Rover Club will join other exhibitors promoting Land Rover.  Not a Club event but would love to see members on the day.


For more information, see


Date   Fri, 29 Sept - Tue, 3 October

Type  Weekend Trip

Grade  C

Leader  John Bradley


During September School Holidays


An extended long-weekend trip starting at beautiful Nangar National Park on Friday.  Camping two nights (no fee).  On Saturday, a drive/walk to Mt Nangar Lookout and then a visit to McFeeters Motor Museum in Forbes.  On Sunday, a day trip to  the Mullion Creek / Ophir area and then on to Wellington, staying in the Caravan Park.  Monday will be a tour of Wellington Caves and then a drive to Parkes to visit the Radio Telescope.  On Tuesday, leave Wellington for Dubbo and a day at Western Plains Zoo where the trip ends.

A great weekend for families to bond.  People only able to come for the weekend could still participate in most of the activities. Note that some activities will have a cost.  Not suitable for caravans but off-road camper trailers OK.  No pets permitted. Most of trip is D or E grade, but the drive through Mullion Creek State Forest makes it C grade.

Contact John for more information and to book your place.