Date Sat & Sun, 2-3 September
Type Weekend Trip
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
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
Leader Jim Nicholson
concord land rover
49-53 Parramatta rd, concord
Meeting starts at 8.00pm
Please bring a folding chair
Hear all the latest Club news
Supper will be served after the meeting
Date Sunday 24 September
Type External Event
Part of the weekend display day by the LROC, 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.