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Sat 31 May - Sun 01 Jun - Three Provinces 4x4 Adventure Trail
This is surely one of the best weekend 4x4 trails around and one of the club's favourite destinations. Somehow we seem to always get lots of rain there, so we have decided to go in the winter with the challenge of cold nights, but with camp fires and hot water bottles this will just make for a great weekend. This venue has been “highly recommended” by Drive Out Magazine, and is featured as a “Top Ten Trail”. The trail is on the farm Waterval just outside Volksrust (two-and-a-half hour drive from Johannesburg) where the three provinces, KZN, Mpumalanga and the Free State, meet. See all the trips and outings here.
Toyota Prado or Fortuner Rim for sale
17" Rim and Bridgestone Dueler AT tyre. 265/65xR17. Ideal as an extra spare for Toyota Fortuner or Prado. Price R2000. See more 4x4 vehicles and equipment for sale here.
Latest Newsletter
Download the latest newsletter from the Four Wheel Drive Club of SA (Gauteng Branch) here.
Serendipity Trip Report - 02 Mar 2014
Club members spent the weekend camping in the bush and driving the trails at Serendipity in the Waterberg, enjoying their four-wheel-drive vehicles in the picturesque African Bushveld. Read the trip report and see the pictures here
Thu 17 - Sun 21 Apr - Easter Weekend to Sodwana Bay
Come and enjoy some of the most beautiful unspoiled beaches and one of the top ten scuba diving destinations in the world suitable for experienced divers, those wanting to do a refresher or just some snorkelling. I have dived Sodwana many times and never tire of these magnificent reefs with a huge range of marine flora and fauna, stunning overhangs and corals.  See all the trips and outings here.
Information for touring in Africa
Alan Exton has gathered a lot of useful information for travellers from his trips around our sub-continent and presents it here to make your own trip safer and easier. Read the guide here.
Driver Training & Vehicle Recovery
The FWDCSA Gauteng Branch offers a comprehensive programme of off-road driver training for club members and the public. The off-road driver training competence certification course is now run over a weekend and complies with the SAQA Unit Standards 254135 and 254154. Separate ladies' driver training courses are also offered. Get more details on driver training here.
The Friends of Hwange Trust - Saving Zimbabwe’s largest national park
Over 200 elephants have been poisoned with cyanide at Hwange. Read about this devastating crime and the Zimbabwe authorities' powerful response to it. Get the latest Friends of Hwange Trust newsletter here.
Update your membership details
In order to continue to receive communications from the club, it is essential that you keep your contact details up to date. You can do that quickly and easily right here on the web site. Click here.


 

About the Four Wheel Drive Club of Southern Africa

The club is a family-orientated, recreational club for 4x4 owners that stands for responsible off-road driving. It was established in March 1972, when a dozen 4x4 enthusiasts gathered to form ‘The Four Wheel Drive Club of South Africa’ which became ‘The Four Wheel Drive Club of Southern Africa’ when the Botswana and Swaziland sections were incorporated. Currently the club consists of ten branches with about 1600 members.

For newcomers, the club gives you a chance to evaluate vehicles by communicating with other members before buying. Most people buy before joining, but if one joins first, one has an opportunity of making a better choice. Watching  4x4s in action at our monthly Sunday outings and talking to owners will give you useful information. The club is also involved in the following:

The club owns a property called Base 4 which is situated near Johannesburg off the R511 between Doornrantjes and Hennops - to see a map click here.

To obtain an application form to join the club please click here.


Links to web sites of Branches of the Four Wheel Drive Club of Southern Africa

Gauteng | Garden Route | KwaZulu-Natal | Port Elizabeth | Western Cape


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