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25 Years of Jeeping

The Melbourne Jeep Owners Club (MJOC) was first established in 1997 and this year, 2022, we are celebrating our 25th anniversary.
We celebrated our 25th Anniversary with the MJOC Muster at Easter and many members attended the event held in Alexandra. We had over 100 members and families attend the Saturday evening dinner and ran 29 4WD trips and activities over the long weekend. 


Extend Your Jeep Experience

MJOC cater for all Jeep models and all driver experience levels. We run regular trips and events and you will often see an MJOC  convoy heading off to some of Victoria's many scenic off road tracks. All of our trips are run by trained Trip Leaders who run trips from an easy scenic drive in the Country through to varying  ratings of trips that include Moderate, Difficult and Very Difficult and sometimes extreme trails.

Join The Melbourne Jeep Owners Club

No matter what level of experience you have or how well equipped your car is, there will always be somewhere you can go with the Melbourne Jeep Owners Club.


Why Join Melbourne Jeep Owners Club?

There are many benefits to joining the Melbourne Jeep Owners Club. We are a family friendly 4WD club that caters for all Jeep 4x4 models and all levels of driver experience. Members enjoy a wide range and variety of trips and events as well as member driver training.

Benefits include;

  • Rated 4WD Trips
  • Trained Trip Leaders
  • Free Driver Training
  • Social gatherings
  • Volunteer and community stewardship
  • Monthly members meetings
  • Members only Facebook group
  • Affiliation benefits with Four Wheel Drive Victoria and ARMA
  • Members are protected by Public Liability and Personal Injury Insurance

Melbourne Jeep Owners Club Trips

Our club members enjoy rated 4WD trips that are suitable for your driving experience and vehicle set up. We have trained trip leaders who care for you all the way and make sure you have lots of Jeeping fun and get you home safely.

All members recieve free driver training which covers teaching what you need to know about your Jeep and how to use it safely in 4WD terrain. This ensures all the drivers on your trip know what they are doing. Newbies have to do training before being let loose on the trails.

Our Trip Leaders are trained in managing the convoy, recoveries, and ensuring that you enjoy your Jeep experience. They do all the planning and ensuring the tracks are planned to suit each level of driver and vehicle.


Free 4WD Driver Training


Rated 4WD Trips

All Jeeps Welcome

Recent Articles
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Melbourne Jeep Owners Club

10 Hot Tips for Driving in 4WD Terrain

  • Check out your Manufacturers Owners Handbook for correct operation of your vehicles technology.
  • Check the weather before you go. Are the tracks going to be dry or muddy?
  • Dont go on your own. You will need another vehicle to help if you get stuck.
  • Lower your tyre pressures when in 4WD terrain. This gives better traction and softer ride.
  • Use low range 4WD in steep terrain and use 1st gear for going down hills & 2nd or 3rd going up.
  • Learn safe recovery methods for winching or recovery strap use. Never use a Tow Ball for Recovery.
  • Do a 4WD training course and learn how to best use your vehicle safely
  • Join a 4WD club that is covered by Public Liability and Personal Injury Insurance like MJOC
  • Leave no trace of your visit to the bush - Take out what you take in
  • Respect the bush and only drive on formed tracks
Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events

Recognition of First Nations People

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land where we visit, work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People of all communities who also live and work on this land.