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All club and club chapter activities and events must be registered on the official events calendar. This registration effects event insurance cover to ensure that event organisers and their volunteers are covered against claims from third parties if an incident happens during an event
The categories of events the club may promote include fundraisers for AMA Charity (treks, adventure runs, etc), working bees (bush/ trail clean ups, etc), social events (BBQ's, gatherings, etc), 4WD pleasure drives/ recreation trips (group tours, runs, camp overs, etc) and 4WD competitive events (winch challenges, adventure challenges, etc).
All events organised by the 4WDAA or a 4WDAA chapter are insured by the Australian Motorist Association (AMA), which means we must comply with the guidelines, best practice and operational standards as set by the AMA.
All AMA sanctioned events are required to comply with the General Events Guideline and is the basis for which all 4WDAA and 4WDAA chapter events operate. Under the AMA guidelines, the main activities of the 4WDAA or a 4WDAA chapter are identified as 'social gatherings', 'pleasure drives' and 'competitive events'.
All 4WDAA and 4WDAA chapter activities and events are to be managed by officials called the Event Organiser, Event Supervisor or Event Referee.
The 4WDAA is a volunteer association.
A chapter is a place where members can make new friends with like-minded individuals who are passionate about camping with their camper trailer
The purposes of a CTAA chapter shall be to:
A chapter shall be family-oriented, non-political and non religious.
A CTAA chapter is an official group that meet and camp together as a group under the auspices of the CTAA.
Chapter members are groups of like minded Australians, young and old who have an interest in camping with camper trailers.
The CTAA Gold Coast Chapter is a group of camper trailer enthusiasts that meet and organise social gatherings, overnight camping trips, charity fundraisers, education days, etc
The CTAA Gold Coast Chapter is a group of camper trailer enthusiasts that meet and organise social gatherings, overnight camping trips, charity fundraisers, education days, etc.
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The QLD Recreational Boating and Fishing Guide can be found Here
A Guide to the Key PWC Rules and Requirements for NSW can be found Here
The VIC Recreational Boating Safety Handbook can be found Here
The TAS Safe Boating Handbook can be found Here
The SA Recreational Boating Safety Handbook can be found Here
PWC Guides and Activities in WA can be found Here
The NT Safety Guide for Pleasure Craft can be found Here
Smooth waters include rivers, creeks, streams and lakes, waters within breakwaters or revetments and within half a nautical mile from land within partially smooth water limits.
The limits for QLD can be found Here
The limits for NSW can be found Here
The limits for VIC can be found Here
The limits for TAS can be found Here
The limits for SA can be found Here
The limits for WA can be found Here
The limits for NT can be found Here