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Sat, 14 Sept


Location is TBD

South West Extended Trip with Weekend Options

The Club is heading to the South West Campground is TBC possibly Northcliffe or Nannup

South West Extended Trip with Weekend Options
South West Extended Trip with Weekend Options

Time & Location

14 Sept 2024, 10:00 am AWST – 22 Sept 2024, 5:00 pm AWST

Location is TBD


About the Event

  • Trip Details - Southwest Extended Trip

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The Club is heading to the southwest, more details coming soon!


  • Name of Trip: Southwest Extended Long Trip
  • Trip Type: Extended Long Trip - with options for the weekend 13th -15th or 20th - 22nd
  • Trip Difficulty: Medium 
  • Vehicle Suitability:  
    •  Suitable for medium clearance vehicles with dual range and all-terrain or road tires. 
    •  Suitable for medium to high clearance vehicles with dual range and all-terrain tires. 
    •  Suitable for high clearance vehicles with dual range and tires suitable for the terrain. (Mud Terrain tires)


  • Driver Experience: 
    • Suitable for all drivers with moderate experience.
    • Suitable for all drivers with reasonable experience


  • UHF Channel: 10
  • Minimum Requirements: Licensed & roadworthy vehicle, UHF Radio either a fixed unit or a handheld unit (5 watts is the recommended wattage for handheld radios), Rated recovery points front and rear of your vehicle or minimum a rated (recovery hitch), 2 x rated bow shackles, 1 x snatch strap & damper blanket, 1 x long-handle shovel, Air Compressor, Tire Deflator, Enough water for 24 hours per occupant. (for more information please visit our FAQ regarding our requirements here
  • Maximum Vehicles: TBC
  • National Park Pass: Required
  • Trip Start Date: 14/09/2024  TBC
  • Trip Finish Date: 22/09/2024  TBC
  • Trip Start Time: 1000hrs TBC
  • Trip Finish Time: 1700hrs approximately
  • Muster Point: TBC
  • Directions: Click TBC
  • Safety / Trip Briefing: TBC
  • Sand Flags: TBC
  • Fuel: All attendees must have a full tank of fuel before the Safety / Trip briefing
  • Water: Minimum of 5 Litres per day per passenger per day.
  • Firewood: Yes TBC
  • Camping Fees: Yes TBC
  • Weather: The outdoors can change its conditions at any moment, be prepared for cold/ hot – dry/wet conditions
  • National Park Fees: Yes
  • Footwear: Enclosed Shoes must be worn on loose gravel surfaces. We recommend wearing boots if you have them or shoes with lots of treads the pee gravel can be slippery.
  • Food: BYO - Self-Sufficient (snacks/lunch break in the field) 
  • Additional Costs: Joker Run (Each person who wishes to participate is asked to bring $20.00 and we will draw a random number. Meaning you could win half of the pot, with the other half used as fundraising towards the club.) 
  • Personal Details Form:  Attendees are required to keep an up-to-date personal details form. One per person in their glove box or center console - click Here for the form.
  • Trip Leader: Jeff Trewick(Bear) – 0447 055 553 -
  • Charlie: Rob Dal Passo
  • If running late you must inform the Trip Leader. 
  • Please also note that for some types of trips, this is not always possible and if you run too late you run the risk of being unable to go on the trip.

Trip Overview -TBC

The weather could be cold & wet, so please ensure you bring wet weather gear and something warm to wear.

Attendees are advised to please ensure safety/event requirements are taken

  • Follow instructions given by the trip leader, trip leader 2IC / Charlie.
  • Carefully follow all directions given by the trip leader, trip leader 2IC / Charlie.
  • Make sure you arrive early before the safety/trip briefing
  • If you are not sure about something or you need assistance please radio call the Trip Leaders or Charlie for assistance
  • To ensure you are familiar with our General Rules & Convoy Procedures  click here

Attendee Acknowledgment -

Drivers must hold a valid Western Australian Drivers License

Vehicles are registered & roadworthy

Vehicles must have a roadworthy spare tire jack and tools to change it

Attendees are required to follow all instructions & directions given to me by a member of the committee trip leaders or any other person given authority to provide instructions & directions by the committee

Attendees must always act and conduct my activities with the Isuzu Club in the safest & respectful manner

Attendees are expected to arrive at the Muster Point with a full tank of fuel 15 minutes before the Muster Time

If running late, attendees must contact the Trip Leader to discuss possible options - If running too late I may not be able to attend the trip

Attendees understand that the club records different types of media for its purposes & it is my responsibility to ensure I remove myself from the recording location if I wish not to be recorded

If attendees fail to follow instructions given, act or conduct activities in a non-safe manner and or an unrespectful manner you may be asked to leave the trip

If you require further information please email

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