Corroboree 2020

Bundaberg 4WD Club


2 October 2020 - Friday
3 October 2020 - Saturday
4 October 2020 - Sunday
5 October 2020 - Monday



The Bundaberg 4WD Club Inc and 4WD Queensland would like to welcome all affiliated clubs, members, and club registered visitors to the 2020 4WD Corroboree to be held in October 2020 over the long weekend. 

Unfortunately we are now booked out and registrations are closed, Merchandise is also closed.

You will be asked the following as part of COVID-19 Condition of Entry to the Event:
•In the last 14 days have you traveled from overseas or a COVID-19 hotspot?
•Have you been in close contact with a person who is positive for COVID-19?
•Are you an active COVID-19 case?
•Are you currently, or have you recently experienced cough, fever, sore throat , fatigue or shortness of breath?
If yes to any of the above you will be refused entry to the event.

This years “40th Anniversary” event holds a special place with the Bundaberg 4WD Club being that the first “4WD Qld Corroboree” was hosted by the Bundaberg 4WD Club at Wyper Park Scout Camp in Bundaberg.


In the tradition of supporting small country towns the 2020 Corroboree will be held at Mount Perry Queensland, just approximately 365 km North West of Brisbane.  It is 104 km South West of Bundaberg via Gin Gin.  Mount Perry had a population of 538 people at the 2016 census.


Please be aware the area has limited facilities.  Telstra has the only mobile coverage in the area.  There is one ATM at the one shop. There is one pub and only one fuel station who are aware of the increase of cars over the weekend.


The 4WD Queensland Corroboree is held annually over a long weekend and is open to all Four Wheel Drive Queensland Association affiliated clubs and their members. It is an opportunity for all member clubs to come together to meet and report on their activities for the year.


The Corroboree is about exchanging ideas and a chance for clubs to get together, enjoy trips of a local area, with a mix of easy to medium and hard trips, lasting no longer than 4 to 5 hours at a time. Over the weekend there are many other activities including: the association country meeting, entertainment, kids activities, local attractions, raffle draws and more.


Mount Perry was settled some time in the 1860s with the discovery of rich copper deposits by Henry Dingle.  The discovery lead to the development of the town as news of the discovery spread fast, and many prospectors took up blocks.


Mount Perry is a rural farming area, primarily raising cattle (hence the inspiration for the logo).  Gold mining continues as an important industry.  Evolution Mining owns and operates Mt Rawdon Mine which is a gold and silver mine.  Mount Perry has historic copper workings.  The Mount Perry Race Club runs horse racing events.


  • Fires are now permitted in the camping areas – weather permitting (more info will be sent out)
  • Pets are not permitted
  • For ease of recycling please only bring cans or plastic bottles. ie no stubbies