39th Annual

Queensland

4WD Corroboree

Corroboree Dates

4 Oct 2019 - Friday
5 Oct 2019 - Saturday
6 Oct 2019 - Sunday
7 Oct 2019 - Monday

TRIP GUIDELINES

Minimum requirements for your vehicle for the 2019 Four Wheel Queensland Corroboree:

  • Rated Recovery Points (front & rear)
  • UHF radio
  • Snatch Strap
  • 2 x Rated Shackles
  • First Aid Kit
  • Shovel
  • Fire Extinguisher

Trips & Camping

  1. All drivers must be licensed.
  2. Vehicles must be registered and in a roadworthy condition.
  3. All vehicles attending trips must have approved tow points (front & rear).
  4. Vehicles must be inspected by Trip Leaders prior to commencement of trip.
  5. All vehicles must carry recovery equipment.
  6. All vehicles must be fuelled prior to departure.
  7. All vehicles are driven at the owners risk. It is up to the individual to have adequate off road and camping insurance.
  8. All trips are subject to weather conditions. If a trip is cancelled or details are changed, the trip leader will contact those on the trip sheet the evening before the trip (or as soon as cancellation has been identified). 
  9. The trip leader will advise of the route and all vehicles must follow the convoy procedure.
  10. All members and guests must conduct themselves in a responsible manner.
  11. All camp sites must be left free of rubbish and tidy.

Convoy Procedure

To ensure that we all get the most out of our trip the following convoy procedures are to be adhered to.

  1. The trip leader should remind all drivers before moving off the convoy procedure is to be followed;
  2. The convoy is to have a nominated ‘Tail End Charlie’. In the event of a breakdown, the ‘Tail End Charlie’ will wait and organise assistance. The trip leader is to be properly informed of any breakdowns or hold-ups.
  3. When a turn is being made, make sure that the vehicle behind you has noted/acknowledged the correct route.
  4. On difficult tracks, make sure that the vehicle is front has negotiated each obstacle before you proceed. At times it may be necessary to radio and check if it is ok to proceed. Always maintain a visual contact with the following vehicle. (Sometimes dust may obscure you view and it may be necessary to do a radio check).
  5. Fuel tanks must be filled prior to the start of a trip.
  6. Maintain your position in the convoy (except in unavoidable circumstances). When travelling on busy roads, leave room for other vehicles to overtake safely. (Note: Upon the start of a trip the trip leader will do a radio check and ask all attendees to identify their position, vehicle make and name ie: Car 1 – White GU Patrol – Joe Bloggs). Make a note of the vehicle in front and behind of you.
  7. At river and creek crossings, wait until the vehicle ahead is through before proceeding.
  8. Avoid travelling too close to the vehicle in front when ascending and descending steep hills.
  9. Always leave gates and property as they were found. Always keep to formed tracks.
  10. Seat belts should be worn at all times.
  11. Please keep radio conversations short and relevant. In general, use the allocated channel for the drive.

 

For further safety requirements refer to the Corroboree 2019 Handbook.

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