The Land Rover Owners Club (LROC) was formed in 1966 by a group of enthusiasts who shared an interest in four wheel driving and the great outdoors. It caters for all models from Series I right through to the current Defender, Discovery, Discovery Sport, Evoque and Range Rover.
We welcome owners of other four wheel drive vehicles in our club - in fact, we have life members who don't own Land Rovers.
Since its inception the Club has promoted responsible four wheel driving as a legitimate recreational and family activity and we adhere to a code of ethics and principles endorsed by the Australian National Four Wheel Drive Council and Four Wheel Drive Victoria.
Each month, the Club organises day, weekend and extended trips to satisfy various interests of the wide range of membership and cater for the novice through to the experienced driver.
With the growing resurgence of the Land Rover marques and the popularity of four wheel drive touring, the club is adapting to the needs of the Land Rover owner of the 21st Century.
The club is a source of valuable information through the experiences of our members, links with the 4x4 movement and vehicle and equipment suppliers.
Denistone Sports Club
23rd November 2016
Denistone Sports Club Ltd.
59 Chatham Road
Denistone NSW 2114
Become a Member
Members of the club enjoy many benefits, some of which are:
Fee structure - All the above benefits are available to members for their membership fee of less than $2 per week. Also, by meeting with other enthusiasts who share similar interests, members can enjoy the camaraderie, knowledge and experiences gained through years of four wheel driving and outdoor recreation.
Giving Back in the Victorian High Country
Trip Leader: TBA
When: Monday 26th December to Monday 2nd January
Where: Victorian High Country
We need volunteers to assist
4WD Driver Training Part 1
Trip Leader: Club Trainer
When: Saturday 29th October to Sunday 30th October
Where: Lithgow NSW
Are you new to the Club, 4WDing, new to your vehicle, a returning LROC member or just keen to brush up existing skills? Then join us for a weekend out near Lithgow. Day 1 starts with understanding differences to the driving requirements of four wheel drive and conventional vehicles, negotiating a variety of terrains and driving conditions with due regard to respecting the environment before heading out into Lidsdale Forest. Please book early to avoid disappointment as places are limited; first come, first served!
Huts Maintenance- 26 Dec - 1 Jan
4wd Driver Training Part 3 26-27 Nov