Next club meeting
Tuesday, 9 April 2019
The Crown Hotel, Function Room
442-446 Lutwyche Road, Lutwyche
Join us from 6.15pm for a pub meal (own expense)
Meeting starts at 7.00pm

Come visit us on stand C109

Upcoming club trips

Coffs Harbour (Nana Glen): 19 – 22 April
Landcruiser Mountain Park: 4 – 6 May


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3362 Pacific Hwy, Springwood

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2/787 Kingsford Smith Drive, Eagle Farm

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Tonight at our monthly club meeting we had a fantastic talk from one of our members Schalk on the essentials of batteries and 12V wiring. Schalk covered terminology, safety, tools and best practice for wiring up your accessories. He also gave a run down on how to select the correct battery for your engine or dual battery system. We are a club that has been blessed with members who have an amazing amount of knowledge to share and we hold informative talks at every monthly meeting. Schalk will talk for us again later in the year on GPS systems and principles. If you wish to experience what we have to offer at our meetings please keep an eye out on the Facebook page and forum as we list the talk topic a couple of weeks before the meeting. All visitors are welcome! ... See MoreSee Less

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Quick video of our last run to Swan Gully 4WD Park to show what we get up to on our members Difficult runs. Who else has been to Swan Gully, share you’re videos with us!8 Jeep tackled the harder tracks at Swan Gully Park. ... See MoreSee Less

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What a gorgeous day for our little journey through Mt Mee. It was great to catch up with old friends and meet new people out on their first or second trip. Just a couple of shots of group 2. ... See MoreSee Less

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How do I join the Brisbane Jeep Club?

The Brisbane Jeep Club promotes safe and environmentally friendly four wheel driving. We offer trips from hard to easy (plus tool box days) and try to have at least one camp a month. Some members have over twenty years experience wheeling so there is a lot of help available if you are new to four wheel driving. The Brisbane Jeep Club is open to anyone from the South East Queensland region (Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast to Toowoomba and surrounds)

Joining the Club:
The following lists the steps involved.
- Visitors complete two official club trips
- After doing two trips you you may submit your application for membership and pay the new membership application fee
- The new membership application is then tabled at the next committee meeting for approval
- If your membership application is approved by the committee you will receive a new members kit complete with car stickers
- If your membership application is unsuccessful you will receive a full refund

Minimum safety gear for all BJC trips:
- Rated vehicle tow hooks front and rear. A Hayman Reese recovery adaptor is good for the rear tow hook.
- Snatch strap
- Two rated shackles
- First aid kit
- Fire extinguisher
- UHF two way, hand held is fine
- Visitors can do two trips
- Pets are not permitted on club trips
- Illegal drugs and fire arms are not permitted at any time. People found using illegal drugs or with firearms will be asked to leave the trip immediately.
- Alcohol is not to be consumed by drivers or passengers on runs.

Make sure you check you vehicle insurance covers you for off road driving e.g. paid four wheel drive parks.

Please remember if you wish to attend trips you need to register on the forum and adhere to Club requirements for the trips. You must also put your name down in the trip thread to ensure correct numbers etc are known as some trips have a limited number of vehicles allowed.

Please visit our Join us page on the website for further information.
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The Brisbane Jeep Club (BJC) is a group of like-minded people who are passionate about their Jeeps and enjoy the freedom and fun of going places and exploring locations that the Jeep was destined to go.

We are a very friendly, welcoming, family orientated club with members ranging from 18 – 82 years of age, consisting of singles, couples and families with children of all ages.

We cater to all driver skill levels from beginner to advanced with trip classifications from easy to difficult. The club has a wealth of knowledge and experience and promotes safe and environmentally friendly 4WDing. Every club trip is led by an experienced driver who is there to provide advice and guidance if needed.

There are a variety of Jeeps in the club ranging from newly purchased stock vehicles to slightly modified,  comp trucks and historical Jeeps.

website & flyer 1What we do

  • Easy, moderate and challenging off-road driving
  • Beach runs
  • Scenic touring trips
  • Overnight/long weekend camps
  • Experience days
  • Toolbox days
  • Social activities
  • Monthly club meeting with dinner or sausage sizzle

If a beach run (Fraser Island, Double Island Point, Stradbroke Island, Bribie Island) or a scenic touring trip through the national parks (Scenic Rim, Sundown National Park, Condamine Gorge, Mt Mee, Bellthorpe) or off-road 4WD Parks (Landcruiser,  The Springs, Janowen, Levuka, Rover Park, City View or Swan Gully), just to name a few, sparks some interest, check out the trip calendar and come join us on a trip soon.

Why join this club?

  • Great people, make new friends
  • Get to know your vehicle and its off-road capabilities
  • Develop and grow your 4WDing skills
  • Get advice and encouragement from experienced members
  • Help others: become a trip leader or committee member
  • Enjoy a variety of trips and activities
  • Go to places you never thought you would
  • Enjoy the great outdoors, come camping, relax by the fire
  • Have fun and take your adventures to a new level


Come and join us soon

Attend a club meeting

Participate in two club trips before joining, obligation free

If we are the right fit for you and you’d like to join, visit the Join Us page

Enquiries: Please contact the club secretary at


Get your Jeep out where it belongs . . .
don’t just join any Jeep club, join the BJC.