Our members willingly share their knowledge and expertise and have developed a range of excellent resources
Planning & Preparing for Extended 4WD Trips
Long experience guided this document by John Kent and Paul & Jenny Kingdom.
4WD recreational track classification and corresponding WW4WDC classification.
Hill Stall Recovery
Another great article by John Kent providing step by step instructions for both auto and manual hill stall recoveries.
It sits there out of the way, rarely used. But when you need it, you need it! Make sure your winch is in tip-top condition by following this maintenance checklist.
Equipment to Carry
Must have, should have and nice to have equipment to carry when 4WD driving.
One of the most important, and problematic, things influencing the performance of your 4WD.
Allan Whiting's advice on why you shouldn't start your 4x4 & let it idle before starting driving
Vehicle Recovery Guide
Your guide to safe, efficient and effective vehicle recovery, compiled by John Kent
Some useful information from the Autobarn Christmas Catalogue 2016 regarding UHF antennas.
All 4WDers need to know their rig doesn't exceed the legal GVM/GCM. This document by John Kent explains the jargon and shows how to estimate yours.
First Aid Kits
Local Pharmacist Michael O'Reilly shares his thoughts on what to include in your First Aid Kit.
Map reading and navigation is an essential skill for safe and enjoyable bush travel. Learn more in this article by John Kent.
Energy Usage Worksheet
Ian Davidson's worksheet to help you work out how much 12V power you need
Learn about the relationship between aperture and shutter speeds and how to use these for great photos.
Approx Energy Usage For Some 12V Devices
Some real-life values you can use to calculate how much power you need, courtesy of 12voltblog.com.au