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Driver Training and Trip Participation.
For the safety and enjoyment of all participants the club requires all drivers to be at a minimum training and skill standard on all 4x4 trips. Except for our Easy rated trips, drivers must have completed MJOC Basic Driver Training or show documentary proof of completion of a similar approved course. Our MJOC Basic Driver Training is Jeep specific and includes club rules and procedures, driver skills, correct vehicle recovery process, and vehicle control. If you have not completed these requirements you will not be able to attend trips other than Easy rating. Even experienced drivers will benefit from our course. Participants must be current members to attend any training course.

Bookings
Only current MJOC financial members can attend trips so make sure your membership is current before you book, or your booking will be removed. All bookings are on a strictly first come, first served basis. Convoy sizes are strictly enforced. Please check the attendees list to see if you are "booked". If there is insufficient space in the convoy then your status will show as "standby". When cancellations occur, you will move up the list. If there are significant over bookings then additional convoys may be added so do not hesitate to put your name down, you may end up on the trip.

Booking Cancellations
Please respect other members by letting us know if you have booked on a trip and for some reason cannot attend. If you cannot make the trip, please email operations@mjoc.org.au as soon as possible to give someone else a trip opportunity. It is preferred that cancellations are made at least 48 hours prior to the trip.

Trip Leading
All MJOC 4x4 trips are led by trained Trip Leaders who have completed the MJOC Trip Leader Training Course. If you are interested in becoming a trip leader you should see yourself as having adequate experience and skills that would enable you to lead fun and adventurous trips into remote areas. To attend a MJOC Trip Leader Course you will need to have completed MJOC Advanced Driver Training course prior. Watch out for upcoming Trip Leader Training Courses on the training pages.

Public and School Holidays
For the Public and School holiday dates for Vic, please click here

 
donnelly creek midweek explorer 02/12/2020 - 02/12/2020
Spaces Left : 3

We will visit bush hurts arround Donnelly creek area and drive some nice tracks like Trig track, dreem creek track ,Phesant Track ,Flats track and some others in the area..


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High country huts 05/12/2020 - 05/12/2020
Spaces Left : 11

Hi everyone.

This will be a trip around some of the huts in the high country such as Craigs, Lovicks, Bluff and several others.

We will be in high range for the trip and everyone must have as a minimum A/T tyres with good tread depth.

We will all need a full tank of ...

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Mystic Mountains 12/12/2020 - 12/12/2020
Trip full - in reserve : 4

MEDIUM Rated trip through the mountains around Marysville and Big River areas. We will also make a visit to 15 Mile Hut. The trails in this area are very scenic and and can be challenging but are quite suitable for non modified Jeeps. You will experience some steep climbs an...

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Christmas Cruise & Picnic 13/12/2020 - 13/12/2020
Spaces Left : 16

Bring your Jeeps for a run down to Coolart on the Mornington Peninsula.  We will meet at the Westernport Highway / Thompson Road service station in Cranbourne at 10AM before convoying to the park for a BYO Picnic.  If it is hot - there is a nice beach, so bring your togs. ...

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Almost the night before Christmas. 19/12/2020 - 19/12/2020
Spaces Left : 4

Twas' almost the night before Christmas and all through the 'burbs, Jeepers were stirring, as we departed the kerbs.

Light bars were tested, camera's were charged, onwards we pushed, eyeballs enlarged.

The drivers were eager, passengers snug in their chairs, a...

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Note. Any person who has a medical condition that could of concern to themselves or that the Trip leader should be aware of in the event of an emergency, may place the details into a sealed envelope (with their name on it) and hand it to the trip Leader to be opened only in a case of emergency, and if it is not needed it would be returned at the conclusion of the trip.



ALL TRIP ENQUIRIES OR CHANGES TO: operations@mjoc.org.au