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Sunshine Coast Land Rover Owners Club

Sunshine Coast Land Rover Owners Club

We are a family oriented group of like minded (some say crazy) people who get together to enjoy the great Australian outdoors, as well as our Land Rovers.

We welcome new members and guests and all are welcome to attend club trips and meetings prior to joining the club to meet others and make acquaintances. You don’t even have to own a Land Rover, but we bet it doesn’t take long to convert you!

 

Find out more about becoming a member

Club meetings are on the first Wednesday of each month (no meeting in January).
We meet at the old school house at the Nambour Showgrounds, Nambour. Meetings start at around 7.30pm. So there’s no excuse not to come along and introduce yourself!

If you have any questions before coming to a meeting, or would just like to have a chat with us, drop us a line and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

 

 

Thinking Of Joining?

Member Information and Application

Join SCLROC Today

Membership period is from the first day in February to the last day in January of the next year. All new memberships received after the 1st of October will carry through the following year.

Membership initially is $120.00 for an individual or family. This includes membership for one year and one club shirt which normally sells for $35.00. Sizes available are Small, Med, large, X large. You can also purchase extra shirts or T shirts if required. To be collected at a general meeting or by arrangement.

Annual membership renewal fee is $70.00.

Download an application form from here today!

Disclaimer: It is to be noted that whilst the Sunshine Coast Land Rover Owners Club Inc takes every care and precaution, members and their guests participate in all club activities by their own choice and act on their own behalf, thus at their own risk. Therefore the Club, its members, directors or trip leaders can accept NO responsibility for mishaps. Any “advice” given by trip leaders or others is merely an indication of what they would do if found in the same situation. The decision to follow such “advice” is entirely the choice of the individual concerned.