Monthly Archives: December 2015

Mitsubishi Club Byford Environment Group – Wungong Park

Hi to the Wungong environmental warriors. This is a thank you email to all of you who helped with McBEGS as well as a surprise for those of you who weren’t at the last Mitsubishi 4WD Club meeting or, regrettably, are no longer members. There we showed some photos of the history of our work at Wungong Regional Park (McBEG)and here are a few attached. On 29 November, the Club went back to WRP to do a survey and to pick up rubbish. Part way through we headed to the old airstrip...
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This February.. Be Part of Esperance Blaze Aid Volunteer Work

The Mitsubishi 4WD Owners Club of WA is a member of TrackCare.

A project has recently been endorsed by the Trackcare Executive which we hope you will find interesting and want to be a part of.

You will be aware of the massive bushfires that decimated vast farm lands in the Esperance area recently. The project involves going down there and helping them install fences etc so they can get back on their feet. There is a volunteer organisation called Blaze Aid who have been doing some fantastic work across Australia...

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News Behind the Meeting December 2015

Members arrived early to prepare the room for the large numbers coming for the December meeting.  End of year goodbyes, a welcome to those Visitors from the 4WD Show and Award Presentations.

President Peter Cole welcomed the many Visitors and introduced our Sponsor Adventure Offroad Training, Richard Nicholls. Next, the Executive was introduced to the room. Vice President Craig Perry (also long time past Chairman of the State 4WD Association) Secretary Harvey Hatch. Treasurer Bridget.. was missing. Probably off spending the club capital? or perhaps recovering from their trip through Mongolia.

Guy was...

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Kalbarri skywalks capture new gorge views

 

Kalbarri Skywalk -artist impression Sealed roads and cutting-edge viewing structures will soon provide exciting and accessible panoramas of the Murchison River Gorge in Kalbarri National Park. New skywalks will take people of all ages and abilities beyond the gorge rim more than 100m above the Murchison River for breathtaking, unobstructed views. The sealed road, parking for coaches and large caravans, shade shelters and toilets will make the trip significantly more comfortable. The park already receives over 300,000 visitors a year and the sealed road will...
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Trees Adventure comes to Lane Poole Reserve

Lane Poole Flying Fox

Trees Adventure Lane Poole Park opens on Sunday 20 December 2015 with a special 20 per cent entry discount!

Soar through the treetops on flying foxes and take on a series of challenges high in the trees. Trees Adventure is an exhilarating experience whether you’re four or 74, with courses ranging from easy to adrenalin-pumping!

Trees Adventure Lane Poole Park is located 100km from Perth, in Lane Poole Reserve near Dwellingup. With more than 80 challenges and...

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