30 years strong
One of the greatest testimonials of any club or organisation is age and growth. From humble beginnings when the first Short Wheel Base Pajero stepped onto the market 30 plus years ago, the Pajero Club has grown and developed into a very strong and diverse 4WD community. Our success? We cater for all aspects of 4WD’ing fun including weekends in the high country, longer outback adventures, sand dune driving, family outings… we have the lot! Even ‘Caravan Capers’ providing a sociable outing for members with Caravans and Camper Trailers. Here’s to the next 30 years.
Over 380 families
WOW, 380 families, 30 Years and getting stronger! What better testimonial do you need as a four wheel drive club? The above photo is from one of our Pajero Club Musters that are run bi-annually. With 150+ attendee’s enjoying various well organised activities including, 4WD day trips, children’s entertainment, new Mitsubishi 4WD model releases and test drives. Not to mention the communal dinner / dance with live entertainment, giveaways and prizes. That’s just one of many good reasons why the Pajero Club maintains an average membership of 380 plus family membership.
This annual event is organised by the Pajero 4WD Club, Victoria. It has become one of the best and most challenging self guided, off road navigation events in Australia. The event can be undertaken in a standard 4WD vehicle with good off road tyres. The Pajero Challenge is an 18 hour 4WD navigation competition, split into three sections. A ‘challenge light’ run over two sections is also available. Checkpoints are manned by volunteer members from various Victorian 4WD clubs and organisations. For further information including costs and entry form CLICK HERE
Being members of the Pajero 4WD Club for nearly 30 years, we have seen many parts of Australia, traveling all terrains (snow, mud, sand and dirt). Each encounter has had something different to see and enjoying the company of other club members is a bonus. Helping where we can within the club, running trips, being past committee members or lending a hand to communities devastated by fire or flood, has given us great satisfaction and enjoyment.Nancy M
Kerri and I have been members for more than ten years. We joined the club to meet people with a common mission, to get out into this amazing country and to go where others only dream of off Road! We’ve seen some awesome sites that are only accessible by 4WD, and have been lucky enough to experience it with good friends. Other benefits of membership is the high quality driver training unit and general support throughout the club ‘family’.Russell C