TLCC Queensland Brochure (1501 KB)
4 Wheel Driving
Toyota Landcruiser Club (Qld) Inc. runs trips all year round to various parts of our wonderful country and through varying environments. We aim to ensure our members become more aware of their surroundings whilst enjoying the great outdoors. The club runs trips that are rated from very easy / scenic through to extreme. Each member is able to participate on any of the trips dependant on their vehicle type and experience.
Most of our four wheel drive outings are either day trips or run over a weekend, however we do conduct extended trips several times a year to places such as the Simpson Desert, Cape York, Tasmania, Victorian High Country, the Kimberley and outback Queensland. We have access to many private properties as well as using our surrounding state forests, national parks, private 4WD parks and the sand islands.
The Toyota Landcruiser Club (Qld) Inc. runs education programs several times a year (numbers permitting) that allow our members to become more confident in all aspects of four wheel driving. The course, run by our accredited club instructors, covers all aspects of four wheel driving such as basic vehicle maintenance, trip preparation, basic first-aid, map / GPS reading, recovery safety and general four wheel driving skills. The course also allows new members to become more accustomed to club procedures, socialise with existing members and build confidence in their own abilities off road.
Throughout the year the Toyota Landcruiser Club (Qld) Inc. enjoys a range of social events that complement our desire to ‘head bush’. These social activities include such events as our annual trophy presentation dinner, progressive dinner dances, organised group dinners, social day trips to various places of interest, trivia nights, car rallys and end of year Christmas break-up. The club also participates in bigger events such as the annual four wheel drive corroboree and environmental clean up days around Queensland
The TLCC has a management committee, made up of our own members who have volunteered their time. They are there to keep the administration aspects of the club functioning and to represent the club on behalf of its members at various larger functions and gatherings. Apart from the many four wheel drive outings, the club also offers social activities and educational programs.