Membership of the club is open to all current owners of Trakmaster caravans, and to those people who have paid a deposit on a Trakmaster caravan.
The Club is a not for profit organisation for the purpose of:
Providing social, educational and recreational activities for its members
Organising and conducting caravan and or four wheel drive outings for the enjoyment of members.
Providing the opportunity for members to gain experience and knowledge in operating their caravan and vehicle efficiently and safely in all conditions.
Promoting goodwill and friendship and cooperation between members of the club as well as with clubs having similar purpose.
Supporting the conservation of the natural environment. Low Impact Camping Statement
Facilitating the training of members of the club in the use of their caravan and tow vehicle.
Promoting the safe recreational use of caravans.
Assisting with community services where possible.
Helping to keep the Trakmaster name in good standing.
Check out the web site and if you want more specific information about the club please email us.
Please note if you contact the secretary or other club officials, it may take a little time to receive a response because they may be enjoying the Australian outback in their Trakmasters.
The Trakmaster Off-Road Caravan Club was formed in 2003 by a small number of Trakmaster owners who had common interests in remote area travel and having a lot of fun along the way.
There are now around 300 member vans (600 individuals) and the number continues to grow.
The club enjoys strong support from the management of Trakmaster.
Early year 100+ vans (200 individuals) gather for a week of fun and catching up with old friends. The event moves to a different rural setting every year or two and in different states.
The gatherings are catered for by local community groups, clubs and businesses with significant contributions from many hard working Trakmaster Club members.
In addition to bringing an economic boost to small communities each event raises a significant amount of money for distribution to organisations within the community and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
There are a wide variety of activities at the gatherings including information sessions that are relevant to our caravans and remote area travel.
As with all club events there is a mandatory happy hour each evening to discuss the day’s events and the plans for tomorrow.
A similar event is often held in northern NSW during October with the aim of getting together with NSW and
The Annual General Meeting is held in February each year, in the Melbourne area. The meeting is attended by about 200 individuals from around Australia.
The Club boasts an active Web forum where members exchange ideas and seek information or advice on all aspects of caravanning, 4WD and remote area travel.
Dawn at Eskdale