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42 Traverse opens on 1 December for 4x4 use.

Nov 30, 2016 DoC advise that the 42 Traverse bollards have been removed. Read more

UFWDA Voice August '16

Aug 30, 2016 The online magazine of United Four Wheel Drive Associations Inc. Read more

More information needed on unmodified 4WD suspensions

Feb 05, 2016 In a preliminary report from the LVVTA on the Four Wheel Drive Workshop held last year to look at the question of raising 4WD vehicles, the group agreed that further information is required for looking at suspension, panhard and steering arm angles. Read more

Conservation board nominations for 2016 are now open.

Nov 23, 2015 Nominations are invited for positions on the 14 conservation boards for the next term beginning 1 July 2016. There are 44 public vacancies for 2016. Read more

Tenure Review outcome for Poplars Station in the Lewis Pass

Dec 22, 2014 Unformed legal roads (ULR) formally identified as part of the tenure review. Read more

UFWDA online magazine Sept edition

Sep 23, 2014 The NZFWDA are members of United Four Wheel Drive Associations Inc., who publish a free quarterly online magazine. 4x4 activities and land access problems, they're much the same worldwide, enjoy reading about them! Read more

Award winner aims at 4WD traction

Jun 18, 2014 Wanganui Chronicle recognises the NZFWDA Outstanding Young Person of the Year Read more

Kaimai-Mamaku-Recreation-Strategy-Survey

Nov 12, 2016 The Department of Conservation is developing a five-year Recreation Strategy for the Conservation Park Read more

UFWDA Voice April '16

May 11, 2016 United Four Wheel Drive Associations Inc publish an online magazine Read more

Online magazine of UFWDA

Jan 14, 2016 United Four Wheel Drive Associations Inc. (UFWDA) publish a free online magazine several times a year. Read more

LVVTA newsletter

May 30, 2015 This edition includes a reference to the planned LVVTA workshop about 'lifting' of 4x4's. Read more

Community conservation groups

Jun 20, 2014 Kaitaia 4WD club are helping to restore the Tauroa middens. Middens are the remains of ancient rubbish dumps that give us a glimpse into how people lived in the past. Read more


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