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What is Mudbash?
Mudbash is an annual motor sport event run by the Rover Section of Scouts Australia. Held on the Queens Birthday Weekend, Mudbash combines CAMS supported motor sport, general activities and camping. Mafeking Rover Park becomes a tent city on Mudbash weekend, with over 1500 participants and visitors annually.

Vehicles competing in Mudbash are built, repaired, raced in and owed by Rover Crews state and nation wide. Each crew fund raises annually in order to upkeep their ‘buggies’. Vehicles range from modified sedans and hatchbacks, to rear engine frame buggies. Every car is different; has its own name, number, and some would say its own personality.

To read more about the history of Mudbash go the Vic Rovers website

Where is Mudbash?
Mudbash is held at the Mafeking Rover Park, which is north of Caveat and accessible via Yea, Seymour, and Euroa. It will take just under 2 hours to get there (see Directions.pdf).

What's on?
Sunday 13 June (next Sunday) is Open Day at Mudbash and everyone is invited to attend (this means other family members as well). The program of events is attached below (see Open_Day_At_Mudbash_2010.pdf). Note that the program refers to JDP = Junior Development Program. This is a special part of Mudbash Open Day that allows boys and girls 12 to 17 to drive a car under strict supervision. If you are willing to let your scout take part in this activity there is a separate form that is required to be completed (see Mudbash 2010 Come Try Motorsport Day Entry Form.pdf). NB: Even though we are past the deadline if anyone is interested in participating in this program we will try to get them in; however, you need to complete the form and get it back asap, ie, within the next day or so!
We plan to meet at the hall at 8:30am and return to the hall by 6pm.

What does it cost?
Adults - $10
Kids - $5
Any Person in Scout Uniform - Gold Coin Donation

What to bring?
Full Scout uniform plus some stout waterproof shoes/boots for walking around in.
Jacket to stay warm and dry.
Backpack with lunch, snacks and something to drink.
Signed health form.
Andrew Yeaman,
5 Jun 2010, 00:20
Andrew Yeaman,
6 Mar 2011, 03:01
Andrew Yeaman,
5 Jun 2010, 00:21
Andrew Yeaman,
5 Jun 2010, 00:20
Andrew Yeaman,
5 Jun 2010, 00:21