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Great news for Sydneysiders ‘CAMPERACT’ opened in Narellan, on Saturday 1 July featuring campers from Track Trailer, Bolwell RV, Altitude Campers and Pod products all in one location.


CAMPERACT is the newest venture for long term Track Trailer dealers Peter Fenwick and Catherine Panich, owner operators of the highly successful Independent Trailers in Canberra. Apart from their vast experience in the sales and servicing of quality camper trailers and caravans Peter and Catherine also bring a wealth of knowledge in outback travel and 4wd expeditions to assist those starting out on their own outback adventures.


Choosing the right camper trailer or caravan to get you into those iconic outback Australian locations is a big decision - one that that can be made easier and more confidently with Peter and Catherine there to advise and assist as you begin your journey.


‘CAMPERACT’ is located at unit 1/ 9 Maxwell Place Narellan and is easily accessed via a number of major roads.


So if you’re in the market for a quality camper or caravan or even if you just want to come along and have a look and a chat about travelling you’ll be made very welcome by Peter, Catherine and the CAMPERACT team


Check the website for opening hours and other details or ring Peter on 0406 379 913 or Catherine on 0412 866 375


Guest Speaker 3 July 2017 TLCC General Meeting – Black Knight Global Tracking Systems

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Guest Speaker Monday 3 July 2017 TLCC General Meeting – Black Knight Global Tracking Systems

Speaker –  Guido Mandera

What's protecting your car, motorcycle, RV or power sports vehicle?
What's managing your business fleet? They're in safe hands with
Black Knight precision GPS tracking.

To contact Black Knight Global Tracking Systems click here.

TLCC General Meetings are held at the Liberty Hill Christian Centre No.2A Brunker Rd Chullora from 8pm.

5 June 2017 TLCC General Meeting – 200 Land Cruiser Altitude On Display

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The latest in a series of Altitude specials based on the LandCruiser, Prado and Kluger comes despite booming sales of Toyota’s biggest SUV. 

Upgraded in late 2015, when Toyota lifted prices by almost $5000, the 200 Series LandCruiser found almost 12,000 Australian homes in 2016 (up almost 30 per cent on 2015 figures) and accounted for more than 85 per cent of the mainstream upper-large SUV market segment.

Now comes the Altitude special based on the most popular eight-seat GXL turbo-diesel, priced $4630 higher at $93,460 plus on-road costs but brandishing a extra standard features including some from more expensive models. 

They include leather-accented upholstery, powered front seats, refrigerated cool box, chrome-tipped front air-vents, brushed alloy-look ornamentation, LED Optitron meters and a 4.2-inch multi-information display accessible through a new steering-wheel switch. 

Externally, the Altitude is distinguished by LED fog lights, rain-sensing wipers and Altitude badging. 

There are no changes to the LC200’s 200kW/650Nm 4.5-litre twin-turbo diesel V8 or six-speed automatic transmission, a powertrain that consumes 9.5L/100km (claimed combined-cycle) and emits 250g/km of CO2. 

All LandCruiser 200 wagons continue to come with seven airbags, reversing camera, stability/traction control, multi-terrain anti-skid brakes, hill-start assist control, trailer sway control and emergency brake signal. 

Standard GXL equipment includes 17-inch alloy wheels, aluminium side steps, keyless entry and ignition, dual-zone climate-control air-conditioning, roof rails, 6.1-inch touch-screen display, satellite-navigation, six-speaker audio and digital radio. 

Just 600 Altitude special-edition vehicles will be available in five exterior paint colours: black (no extra cost) and premium white, silver, graphite and blue ($550 extra).

TLCC General Meetings are held at the Liberty Hill Christian Centre No.2A Brunker Rd Chullora from 8pm.

Amendment to the Club By-Laws

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At the last Committee meeting a decision was made to amend two of the Club By-Laws. Under the Articles of Association the Committee has the power to amend By-Laws, an amendment was made to better reflect the how the Membership would like to use the land.

Changes were made to By-Law 4 and 5 of By-Laws Specific To The Use Of Club Properties and can be reviewed by clicking on this link.

TLCC Invites You to a Special Screening of Rough Stuff the Movie

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TLCC Invites You to a Special Screening of Rough Stuff the Movie

Wednesday 14th June TLCC will host a screening of Rough Stuff the movie at GU Filmhouse Beverly Hills. All are welcome with club members to receive $10 discount on tickets by using the promo code that has been emailed to you.

Date: Wednesday 14th June

Time: 6:30pm

Location: GU Filmhouse 445 King Georges Rd, Beverly Hills. (short walk from the train station)

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at