- Who We Are
The Trakmaster Off-Road Caravan Club (TORCC) 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 support from the Trakmaster manufacturer.
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, new or secondhand.
The Club is a not for profit organisation for the purpose of:
Providing social, educational and recreational activities and support for its members
Organising and conducting off-road caravan and/or four wheel drive events for the enjoyment of members.
Providing support and information for members in planning and undertaking independent off-road touring
Providing the opportunity for members to gain experience and knowledge in operating their off-road caravan and vehicle efficiently and safely in all conditions.
Promoting goodwill, friendship and cooperation between members of the club as well as goodwill and cooperation with similar clubs on issues of common interest.
Supporting the conservation of the natural environment through the Club's Low Impact Camping Statement
Facilitating the training of members of the club in the use of their off-road caravan and tow vehicle.
Promoting the safe recreational use of off-road caravans.
Assisting with community services where possible.
Helping to keep the Trakmaster brand in good standing.
Each year 100+ vans (200 individuals) gather for a week of fun and catching up with old friends. The event is usually held in Victoria every second year with the option to go interstate in alternate years.
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 off-road caravans and remote area travel.
As with all club events, members are encouraged to come to a happy hour each evening to discuss the day’s events and the plans for the next day or so.
Club members or member organising committees, run numerous trips and local Get-Togethers throughout the year. Events like these are held in the high country, ocean, river and desert areas of any State in Australia.
Several trips are run during the winter months when club members travel the length and breadth of Australia in groups of up to ten vans. These include iconic routes such as an East-West Trip,The Gibb River Road, Birdsville Track, Corner Country, and the Simpson Desert.
There are also a number of Social Events, eg Luncheons, Entertainment, Christmas Get-Togethers, and so on.
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 Forum where members exchange ideas and seek information or advice on all aspects of off-road caravanning, 4WD and remote area travel.
Social Media Channels
As a financial Member of TORCC, you will be granted access to the Club's official social media channels which have been established to enrich member interaction and Forum content.
These channels offer members "on the road" opportunity to share experiences and information for the benefit of all members.
Social Media Channels available :
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Please Note : Should you need to 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.