Brisbane Land Rover Owners Club

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The Brisbane Lad Rover Owners Club was formed in 1986 and has grown to a membership getting close to one hundred.
Our constitution has four main aims:

  • - To provide a common meeting place for people with an interest in four-wheel driving
  • - To conduct social and training outings where members are encouraged to improve their four-wheel driving confidence and skill
  • - To conserve and protect the natural environment, and undertake where possible, activities which assist in this objective
  • - To promote family participation and friendship between club members.

Of always happy to help others who have difficulties, want to carry out modifications or simply to learn more about their vehicle’s capabilities. As you probably know, four wheel driving off the tarmac requires a different skill set to normal road driving.  The Club runs orientation weekends several times a year for those who want to develop these skills or would like to brush up on their abilities.  If you haven’t already attended one of these events, the Club recommends that you do so in the not too distant future.

The Club organises trips to make use of your Land Rover’s special abilities off road.  These range from gentle family drives through to trials that test the abilities of seasoned drivers.  While most trips take place in south east Queensland, the Club also organises adventures throughout Australia.  Do note that no-one is ever pressured into taking a course that is beyond their capabilities.

Club meetings are held on the second Monday of each month.  The venue sometimes changes so please check the website events page for the details.  The venues all have well priced meals and are family friendly so feel free to bring the kids and join in the conversation.

There’s a few rules of course.  There must be for the sake of safety.  These include ensuring that your vehicle is suitably set up for driving off road and the etiquette involved in convoy driving. There’s plenty of information on this website.  Do check it regularly for upcoming events.  You’ll also find a list of committee members who you can contact for advice or further information.  The Club also has two Facebook pages where members keep in touch.  One is public and can be found by searching for ‘Land Rover Owners Club of Brisbane’.  The other is a closed group for paid up Club members. That’s it. Welcome to the Club and we look forward to seeing you at our regular monthly meetings and forthcoming events.

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Contact Us:
info@lrocbrisbane.org.au

Postal Address:
PO Box 63
Fortitude Valley Qld
Australia 4006

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