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Welcome

MJOC is one of the most active 4x4 clubs in Australia and can be often seen in convoy heading off to some of Victoria's many scenic off road tracks. The club has a number of fully qualified and experienced trip leaders who run trips from a easy and leisurely scenic drive in the Country on easy and moderate tracks, to some more challenging and sometimes extreme trails.

No matter what level of experience you have or how well equipped your car is, there will always be somewhere you can go with the Melbourne Jeep Owners Club.

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01 Dec News | Comments Off on Club Permit Scheme

Club Permit Scheme

As a benefit to members the club offers the Vicroads Club Permit Scheme (CPS) for members who own a vehicle that is more than 25 years old and is in a roadworthy condition. The Permit allows for either 45 or 90 days of use per year. All details of the scheme are in the members […]

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31 Oct News | Comments Off on Member Personal Details Blitz

Member Personal Details Blitz

If you have recently changed your contact details such as email , mobile phone ️, residential or vehicle details could you please advise the club accordingly. Please email membership@mjoc.org.au  Many Thanks

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24 Feb Trip Report | Comments Off on Project: BlazeAid Support for Corryong

Project: BlazeAid Support for Corryong

The weekend of the 8th & 9th of February saw another BlazeAid support trip conducted by the Melbourne Jeep Owners Club, this time heading over 450km north of Melbourne to the fire ravaged Corryong area. The team consisting of members Robert Sharp, Ronald Maskell, Ian Fletcher, Jeremy Olney, Alan Turner, Lyle Potgieter and new member […]

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12 Sep Trip Report | Comments Off on Trip Report: Annual clean-up of 15-Mile Hut – Eildon State Forest – 21st July 2019

Trip Report: Annual clean-up of 15-Mile Hut – Eildon State Forest – 21st July 2019

Trip Report: Annual clean-up of 15-Mile Hut – Eildon State Forest – 21st July 2019

For the Last 10 years MJOC have had a small committee who has arranged looking after huts in the Marysville Area.  These huts include, Keppel’s hut, Ryan’s spur hut and 15-mile hut, in conjunction with the HMO from Victorian High-Country huts and assistance from the land owners (DWELP and Parks Vic). MJOC complete several activities […]

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09 Sep Trip Report | Comments Off on Trip Report – A day out with the MJOC Training Crew

Trip Report – A day out with the MJOC Training Crew

All MJOC Members are required to have some basic training prior to going on club trips and the MJOC Basic Driver Training covers all you need to get out on the trails with the club. The practical component of the training is done in the forests around Narbethong, Buxton and Marysville, which is known locally […]

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