Welcome to the Georges River overlanding and Recreation Club


The Georges River Overlanding and Recreation Club Inc. was founded in October 1978 and is essentially a group of 4WD enthusiasts, who enjoy the opportunity to explore the beauty of remote and unique places in Australia.
Activities include camping, sightseeing trips and other social events.
Our Driver education programme, promotes awareness of correct four wheel driving techniques.
As outdoors enthusiasts we promote the tread lightly ethic of responsibility in club activities.
Membership to our club allows access to the collective 4WD knowledge base of the other 4WD Club members.
The Club welcomes and encourages owners of all makes of 4WD vehicles to participate.
We are located in the Sutherland Shire area in the South of Sydney and are a member club of the Four Wheel Drive NSW & ACT Inc.

Family members are particularly welcome.

Club Meetings

The Georges River Overlanding and Recreation Club meets at 7:30pm on the first Monday of each month in the OLD LIBRARY at the Kirrawee Primary School, Bath Road, Kirrawee, N.S.W.
Visitors to our meetings are very welcome.
Please verify venue and time by contacting the club secretary as occasionally the meetings are held at sponsers premises.
Map info (Entry via small gate on Bath Road)

Become a club member


More info    The club is now open for applications for new membership.

Club Trip Destinations and Social Activities

Abercrombie ab Barrington Tops ab Canning Stock Route ab Caves to Caves ab Day trips - Bush walks ab Dinner / Restaurant nights ab Dubbo Gully ab Dunns Swamp ab Gardens of Stone NP ab Gunbarrel Highway ab The Kimberley / Gibb River Road ab The Pilbara ab Simpson Desert ab Stockton Beach ab Sunny Corner ab Temora Air Show ab The Levels ab The Watagans ab The Bridle Trail ab Touring the Turon ab Tuross Cascades ab Victorian Alps

Australian National Four Wheel Drive Council


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The ANFWDC activities are based on the premise that recreational four wheel driving is a legitimate activity, and people have the right to own and use their vehicle for legitimate lifestyle and family activities.

Four Wheel Drive NSW & ACT


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Four Wheel Drive NSW & ACT Inc works for access to public and private lands for responsible 4WD / AWD touring and camping on behalf of its member clubs.
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UHF CB Changes

UHF CB Radio as we know it is set to change, the Australian Communications & Media Authority (ACMA) announced proposed changes from January 1st 2011
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UHF Repeater Stations Australia

Repeater stations allow your CB radio to operate over a greater distance (where your CB has Duplex mode).
For example, if there was a repeater station available on CH 1 in your area, and the transmitting and receiving CB radio had duplex enable on CH 1, the repeater would receive your transmissions on CH 31 and re transmit them on CH 1. Because the transmitting and receiving CB radio have duplex enabled, they know to listen for transmissions on CH31 automatically.
This can allow transmissions over natural features such as mountains and increase range, depending on the position of the repeater and the receiver.
UHF Repeater Locations . . . . . . (Check/download the list of repeaters on this site)

15/3/2011- DECCW (NSW)

National Parks & Wildlife Service have introduced a new Vehicle Access Policy (December 2010) which recognises the MOU with the 4wdnsw-act Association, and formally recognises the access agreements.