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
MEMBERS ARE ADVISED THAT THE ND4WDCLUB BUSH CAMP GROUND IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR THE USE OF OUR MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILY. THE GRASSED CAMP SITE IS IN A RELATIVELY ISOLATED AREA SURROUNDED BY FOREST WITH MEDIUM GRADE WALKING TRACKS. ACCESS IS ONLY SUITABLE FOR VEHICLES, SMALL CARAVANS OR CAMPER TRAILERS AND IS LIMITED IN WET …
Wet and slippery tracks made the first of our driver awareness days challenging.
Members from Newcastle & Districts Four Wheel Drive Club joined five other Four Wheel Drive Clubs, NSW Forests Corp and Illegal dumping investigators from RID Online; for this years Clean Up Australia Day in Olney and Awaba state forests.