Trips & Events


This list includes all our upcoming trips & events, be it a weekend away, a social event, a training session or a longer trek. Some events have additional information via a link.

You can see a list of our previous trips here….
You can also read some reports of our trips here….

  • Christmas Social Weekend, Caurnamont – 27-28 November 2021
  • New Year Social Event – 12 January 2022
  • Caravan and Camping Show – 9-13 February 2022
  • Minlaton Social Trip – 11-14 March 2022
  • Ngarkat Working Bee – 26-27 March 2022
  • Lawn Bowls – Social Day – 27 March 2022
  • Wirrabara Social Trip – 22-25 April 2022
  • Witchelina – TBC May 2022
  • Holowiliena (via Cradock) – 11-13 June 2022

Want to join a trip? All trips have to be booked in person at a Club meeting. Visitors are welcome on most trips.

Christmas Social Weekend, Caurnamont – 27-28 November 2021

OverviewLakeside Camping Ground at Caurnamont is a private camp ground on the banks of the Murray not far from Mannum
Trip LeaderMaria D & Michele C
MeetingLakeside Camping Ground
DistanceApprox 130km
AccommodationEasy access for tents, camper trailers and caravans
Cost$20 per vehicle per day
RestrictionsNo watercraft with motors
NotesSocial dogs on leads welcome.
No power available but toilets and showers are available on site.
Kayaks and fishing welcome

New Year Social Event – 12 January 2022

Overview:Club’s first event for 2022
Trip Leader:Julie G
Cost:$32.90 per person
Meet:Para Hills Community Club
Notes:Full payment must be made by 8 December 2021
See magazine for more information

Caravan & Camping Show – 9-13 February 2021

OverviewPlease consider volunteering over this weekend to help man our stand at the Show.
Please put you name in the trip folder if you can help

Minlaton – 11-14 March 2022

Trip LeaderBarbara B
Skill LevelTBA
MeetingDetails to be advised soon

Ngarkat Working Bee – 26-27 March 2022

Trip LeaderMaria D
TerrainSandy tracks; mud (if wet)
Skill LevelBasic
MeetingNgarkat Conservation Park, approx 200km SE of Adelaide
AccommodationTent/swag, camper trailer or caravan
NotesBYO food, water and shelter.
Long drops provided at selected camp grounds
Work will be undertaken generally on a section of the Ngarkat CP Border Track as organised by DEWNR, who will also provide materials and specialist tools for the work.
Handheld and in the car UHF radios will be useful.
Useful tools to bring: posthole diggers, pruners, loppers, bow saw, handsaw, shovel, rake, hand tools. Battery powered electric drill/angle grinder with a range of drill sizes and spade bits.
Work gloves & footwear, drinking water, sun protection (hat, long sleeves, long pants, sunscreen).
Bring high visibility vests or clothing & possibly share them with your fellow workers.

More information will be provided closer to the date.

Lawn Bowls, Social Event – April 3 2022

Trip LeaderTBA