About TLCC Friendship, Fun and Four Wheelin
A club where 4WD enthusiasts and their families can enjoy, share and participate in a range of organised 4WD club activities including trips away, camping, social and 4WD driver training activities. Toyota Landcruiser Club Qld is a non-profit organisation committed to the conservation and protection of our natural environment and promoting safe and enjoyable 4WD experiences for owners of ALL 4WD makes and models, including ‘soft roaders’.
The club publishes our bi-monthly magazine distributed to over 400 active club members and is packed with 4WD news, club information and handy 4WD tips.
TLCC Qld is managed by a committee of elected club members with diverse backgrounds and professional experiences. Also a founding member of Four-Wheel Drive Qld.
New Members Day
Here at New Members day we have a number of instructors who check over your vehicle and provide valuable information about how to drive off road in a convoy safely. We talk about safety equipment such as snatch straps, tree protectors, portable air compressors and first aid kits. We then are required to run you through a reverse hill stall procedure and make sure you are confident with applying this procedure.
Whether you are brand new to 4wding or have had years experience in off road vehicles, this is a mandatory part of our testing for the club and is required before you proceed on any of our 4wding trips with the TLCC club of Qld (Inc).
We take your safety seriously and provide you with the necessary information and skills to tackle any of the areas above, at the TLCC you can feel confident knowing that you are using these skills and knowledge provided to make sure each trip you go on is as safe and enjoyable as the one before.
Keeping in touch with you
Like any club, we have monthly meetings to discuss upcoming trips, past trips and any other information pertinent to the clubs general day to day business. We are steered by a committee that is elected each year by our members who run these meetings on the last Monday of each Month at the Mt Coot-Tha Botanical Gardens Auditorium at 7pm.
We also have a bi-monthly magazine called 4 wheel Cruisin which keeps you up to date with any club information and upcoming events, whilst also keeping you informed of what trips have been recently completed with in depth trip reports. Our generous sponsors who advertise in our magazine also offer specials to club members from time to time.
Facebook is an important way of keeping in touch with members on a day to day basis and always has some great information on trips just past or upcoming trips that we are holding. This can be used to let people know of weather changes closer to time and even cancellations of trips due to environmental factors which can occur from time to time.
We do encourage all of our members to like us on Facebook which will aid us in keeping you up to date on any important news or information that the club needs to pass onto you quite quickly.