The Newcastle and Districts 4WD Club meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month (except January) at the Beresfield Bowling Club, 7.30pm
The Club was formed in 1978 as the Newcastle Diahatsu Club and is one of the oldest 4WD clubs in Newcastle and the Hunter region. In 1984 the Club changed its name to the Newcastle and Districts Four Wheel Drive Club Incorporated with a new and distinct round logo. In 2014 the logo was revised to reflect and emphasise club activities.
Newcastle and Districts Four Wheel Drive Club Inc. has as its aims:
To promote and enjoy safe Four Wheel Driving;
To promote 4WD touring as a legitimate form of recreation;
To promote environmentally responsible 4WD touring;
To educate the public and other 4WD users in the correct use of their vehicles in caring for and respecting the environment;
To enjoy the Australian bush;
To enjoy the company of other like-minded people
The rain that has fallen in some areas in the last few days has meant a more hopeful start to 2020 Club Members that attended the Annual Welcome to the New Year Dinner on Saturday Night certainly felt in a much cheerier mood. Our thanks once again to the Heddon Greta Hotel for providing the …
A Christmas Party & Camping Weekend planned in the Barrington Tops Region had to be cancelled because or the threat of bush fires. Instead, at very short notice, a dinner was organised at a local Hotel. Thank you to the members who organised these events, your efforts are very much appreciated. Annual Breakfast for Club …
Once again some Club Members participated in the “Annual Drive4Life Tour”held by the Northcott Foundation. This year the trip started at Broken Hill with 24 participants travelling through the Flinders Ranges SA and surrounding areas. By all accounts it was a great trip thoroughly enjoyed by those taking part.