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For over 40 years 4WD QLD’s Corroboree has been a cornerstone of their annual calendar, and one of their biggest events - so big in fact, that they’ve got to hold it over a long weekend just to fit everything in!

Each year the event is coordinated by a different 4WD QLD-affiliated club, and after the 2021 event was postponed, members of the Toyota Landcruiser Club of QLD finally got their chance to host the event in 2022.

The Club opted to host the Corroboree in Stanthorpe, in Queensland’s Granite Belt region - a historical town just over 200km south-west of Brisbane that’s loved by Queensland off-roaders for its surrounding National Parks and is increasingly recognised for its produce and burgeoning wine industry.

“We chose Stanthorpe because in the lead up to the postponed 2021 event the region had been affected by drought, and many local businesses were struggling. By the time the 2022 event came around, the region had been hit by floods, so we knew an influx of tourism would really help support the town,” explains Sonja Chapman from the Toyota Landcruiser Club of QLD.

As well as regular planning trips to the town made by Club members in the lead up to the event, the 4WD QLD Corroboree saw over 430 4x4 enthusiasts from clubs across Queensland descend on Stanthorpe, experiencing the region and helping the local economy find its feet again. “We know that many people extended their stay beyond the three days of the event, and we know that the Stanthorpe community was grateful for the support,” continues Sonja.

Over the weekend, attendees could try their hand at drives through the region, with varying degrees of difficulty to suit all driving styles and experience levels. While the event is aimed at bringing unity to the members of 4WD QLD and opening dialogue to discuss pertinent issues, it’s impossible to overlook the important social element of the Corroboree and the 2022 event saw plenty of yarns spun over a campfire, as well as a 70’s-themed party on the Saturday night.

“Supporting the Corroboree is a natural extension of our involvement with 4WD QLD, and a chance for us to make inroads with the club members attending the event. We want to establish a real rapport with 4x4 enthusiasts and use our knowledge to help them enjoy their passion for off-roading,” adds Toyo Tyre Australia’s Jose Angeles.

As well as contributing to the raffle, Toyo Tyre Australia’s Steve Burke also presented at the weekend’s conference on how members can maximise the life and performance of their 4x4 tyres, and attendees got the opportunity to interact with the recently-launched Open Country A/T III all-terrain.

We’ve hosted a collection of images taken on the weekend in an Album on the Toyo Tyres Australia Facebook page.


Key Contacts

Jose Angeles
Toyo Tyre Australia Pty Limited


Michael Elliott, CEO
Four Wheel Drive Queensland


Sonja Chapman
Toyota Landcruiser Club QLD