Our membership comprises approximately 130 vehicles and close to 350 individuals. It’s a kid-friendly club that attracts people from all age groups. Our annual Xmas in July event is a great opportunity to enjoy camping close to home in the Watagan Mountains.
Our trips range from short local day trips to weekends away in beautiful locations such as the Barringtons, Hill End, and Deua National Park, and longer trips to the Victorian High Country and the Outback.
Our Club was started by a small group of 4WD enthusiasts back in 1976 and has grown to become a happy and flourishing club where you can find a variety of trips to suit your experience and appetite for excitement. We welcome members from all areas – you don’t need to be a Central Coast resident to join the club.
The monthly general meeting of the club is held in the Arthur Lake Room, The Entrance Leagues Club, 3 Bay Village Road, Bateau Bay, at 8 pm on the second Thursday of each month. All welcome -you don’t need to be a member so please feel free to come along if you’re interested in joining the club. As well as conducting the necessary procedures for the smooth running of the club, the meetings are an opportunity to meet and socialise with other club members as many of us have a meal at the club before the meeting and stay around for a drink afterwards.
Our club magazine keeps members informed of coming events and each addition is also sure to contain some exciting trip reports and a few articles to entertain.
Respecting the great outdoors…
The aim of the Central Coast 4 Wheel Drive Club is to promote safe and environmentally friendly four wheel driving. In achieving this aim we bring together people who have like interests and we also contribute from time to time to track maintenance and clean up projects in conjunction with State Forests and the National Parks and Wildlife service.