The MOA has had a presence on the same camping area "FARAWAY BEACH" since 1982.
It is a full camping experience—no running water, electricity etc. but there is a “dunny”. Take in everything you need and take out all your rubbish. We’re in the Barmah State forest so there are koalas and kangaroos and many other native beasties etc.

See page 18 Dec Tracks for a map and details on how to get there

Glenn Golds. 497L

The annual Moke Ocean Road cruise is on again and to avoid usual frustrating crawl along the GOR in the mornings we will be heading inland to Apollo Bay and then coming along the GOR on the way back in the afternoon, so something a little different to the usual schedule of events.

The meeting point is the BP Service Centre at Little River on the southbound side with a departure time of 9am sharp and remember it is a Saturday trip. Ensure you have topped up your fuel at Little River before we leave as there could be a few unscheduled routes taken during the day.

For a change we are going to follow the highway down to Winchelsea to do a bit of browsing in the antique/junk shops where I managed to snag a couple of bargains for my collections last year so I want to go back again. From there we cut across through Forrest with a stop at the Wonky Donkey Hotel for a photo shoot and look around. From there we continue on down towards Apollo Bay via the scenic and twisty little roads in the hills before dropping out at Skenes Creek. The Moke Ocean Road will be the return leg coming back towards Melbourne.

Lunch and snack stops are TBA on the day as we progress.

 Terry 911 - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

0409 942 896

After the resounding success of the 2017 Wellington Vintage Fair trip we are lining up to do it again! A no-fuss, no-stress weekend in the beautiful Central West of NSW, spreading the joy of Mokes and encouraging existing local owners out there to get their cars ready for the next event. It is a very casual event, people joining in with whatever events they want, sorting out their own accommodation, arriving and departing as they please.(Basically meaning there is no organising required!). info next issue of Tracks.

Ross & Catherine Perkins 1244
0401 740 930 or 02 9997 7876

 Attention all Intrepid Explorers and Mountaineers.
Our 2018 venture will be heading for the wilds of Werribee, Mount Anakie and the You Yangs.

Rendezvous Point is the Shell Service Station, Point Cook Turnoff. Melway Ref 53 B11. Please arrive at 8.50am to allow yourself time to fuel up your Moke and yourself and use the conveniences.
We will be travelling approximately 120k and finishing at Flinders Peak in the You Yangs for a late lunch. After lunch, you are welcome to explore the You Yangs National Park and drift home at your leisure.

If you have any questions or need further information, please contact
Sir Edmund O Dwyer 0439 280 257 or Tenzing Paterson 0409 844 696

Disclaimer: While being encouraged and supported by the MOA, this is not an MOA organised event.

This is a community fund raising event being put on by the Jervis Bay Community & Men’s Shed. As of the 19 Nov there are 40 vehicles registered to attend and a lot of interest being shown as the event gets closer. Colin Louden, president of the Mokin Jervis Bay committee urges anyone that is planning on attending to get their accommodation booked as soon as possible. This event is being held between the school holidays and Easter and accommodation options are filling fast and if you don’t book soon you will miss out.

The itinerary for the 8 days is

Saturday 7th Booderee National Park

Sunday 8th Sussex Inlet

Monday 9th Currarong Head Land

Tuesday 10th Kangaroo Valley

Wednesday 11th rest day.

Wednesday night BBQ at Huskisson Beach Holiday Resort (opening dinner).

Thursday 12th Point Perpendicular Light House

Friday 13th Fleet Air Arm Museum

Saturday 14th Display morning and then scenic lookout and water fall. Evening dinner.

Sunday 15th tour of 2 winery’s (Two Figs and Coolangatta Estate)

Monday 16th morning muster a farewell

For more information,
join the face book page "Mokin Jervis Bay" email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
check on the moke forum
or give Colin a call on 0412 347 322

If you are intending to attend and have not booked your accommodation you need to get moving to avoid being disappointed

MOA Details

Moke Owners Association of Victoria

P.O. Box 3010

Nunawading VIC 3131

Reg. No. A0001466M

Members Area