Members and visitors are welcome to attend all club meetings. Meetings are held at 7.30pm on the first Wednesday of every month (except January) at the Modbury Sports and Community Club, 2 Hazel Grove, Ridgehaven SA 5097.
If you are not a member and would like further information about attending meetings or trips, please use our contact form or email our membership officer at Members.4WDAdventurers@gmail.com. Alternatively, you are welcome to attend any of our meetings. You will need to attend either one meeting and two trips, or one trip and two meetings in order to be considered for membership.
Further details on meetings and trips are available on our facebook page.
If you are already a member, see our members' only facebook group.
Minimum vehicle requirements
We like to provide a safe environment and ensure everyone has a good experience on our trips. That means that we have some minimum vehicle requirements that we expect all members to meet. Sometimes a trip leader will have extra requirements for a particular trip, however this is the exception rather than the rule. It might be things like all terrain tyres, extra recovery gear, extra fuel and water. Don't worry if you don't have all of these items while you are considering joining the club, the club relaxes the rules on come and try days and an individual trip leader can make exceptions. Come to one of our meetings and discuss.
A registered, road-worthy 4wd
UHF radio (handheld is ok)
First aid kit
The following policies have been developed to assist with the smooth operation of the club and ensure a safe and fun environment for all. Comments and feedback are welcome.
The Constitution is the principal document that guides the operation of the club.
By Laws augment the Constitution by expanding on the details.
The Code of Conduct outlines the expected behaviour of members, visitors and committee.
The Social Media Policy describes the expected behaviour of club members while using the club's social media platform.
The club does not tolerate harassment. This document describes unacceptable behaviour and how it will be dealt with.
Addressing member complaints about discrimination and harassment quickly and fairly is good for the club because it can:
identify ways to improve club practices and policies;
improve member morale, participation and retention; and
help avoid complaints to external agencies and/or legal action.
This document contains some good practice guidelines.
The club does not provide services for children. Children are welcome at club events but they remain the responsibility of their parent(s)/guardian(s). This documents explains club expectations.