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Melbourne Jeep Owners Club
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LOCATION/CONTACT

FWDV HQ, Centre Way, Greythorn Shopping Centre
Balwyn North, Victoria , 3104

Oceania
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Contact Name:Ian Fletcher
President Name:Dan Martin

Meeting Location:Four Wheel Drive Victoria
Meeting Date:Last Tuesday of month
Meeting Time:19:30

INFORMATION

Club Type:Jeep Exclusive
Family Friendly:Yes
Mandatory Meetings:
Year Founded:1997
Yearly Fees:$100

History

The Melbourne Jeep Owners Club (MJOC) is based in Victoria, Australia and was established in 1997. It has now grown to become the largest active Jeep owners club in Australia.

MJOC is a thriving, proactive club with many enthusiastic members from all age groups and most Jeep models represented, from the earliest models to the very latest Wranglers, Cherokee and Grand Cherokees.

New members are made very welcome and are encouraged to join in the regular club activities, trips, driver training and social events.

In October 2004 the club successfully hosted and organised the National Jeep Jamboree Victoria 2004 with over 270 Jeeps from across Australia attending over the four day weekend. Held in Narbethong and Marysville in the foothills of the Victorian High Country the Jamboree held a huge variety of 4WD trips and Jeeping events including a massive Jeep convoy and Show 'n' Shine massing 235 Jeeps in the one location.

The Melbourne Jeep Owners Club offers organised club trips to a wide range of destinations both around Victoria and interstate. All levels of driver skill and vehicle specifications are catered for and trips are rated to suit weather and track conditions as well as driver and vehicle suitability.

The club has an extensive driver training program which is conducted at Omaru Jeep Adventure Park near Kilmore, an hour north of Melbourne. All new members must complete an induction and training program prior to attending any club trips as a driver.

The Melbourne Jeep Owners Club is affiliated with 4WD Victoria (FWDV), and promotes responsible four wheel driving with total respect for the environment. The club also follows strict guidemlines for responsible driving and camping.

The Melbourne Jeep Owners Club is a non profit organisation and supports the Royal Flying Doctor Service, the CFA, and other community charities.

Enrollment Requirements
Have a Jeep, complete membership form available on website, get Ok'd by committee, pay money
Equipment Requirements
Basic proficiancy training (either club or other) is required before dricing on a trip
 
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