- Published: 11 October 2018 11 October 2018
The Australian Caravan Club (ACC) will make history through staging the annual National Muster in Western Australia for the first time in the Clubs 12 years of operation from 11th -21st October 2018 at the Ocean Beach Holiday Park in Denmark.
ACC National Chairman Craig Humphrey noted “The National Muster is the showcase event of our Club. It is the event that attracts the greatest number of our Club members to a region in Australia. While in the region, our members will not only visit attractions and sightsee, they will also significantly boost its economy during the duration of the event.”
“This year is a milestone for the Club where the week long National Muster will be staged for the first time in Western Australia. This is a significant point in the ACC’s growth as we view WA as a major focus of the future of the Club’s growth” said Mr Humphrey.
National Muster coordinators Brian and Pam Miller and their active organising committee have been toiling away for over 18 months in preparation for this historic event.
ACC members have enthusiastically responded to this historic event with over 185 RV’s registered for the National Muster. “This will really assist the local community as ACC research indicates that each of the attendees will spend up to $100 per day whilst in the region. Previous National Musters have contributed over $250,000 to the local community”, said Mr Miller.
Mr Miller on behalf of the organising committee is excited for Western Australia to be hosting the National Muster at the Ocean Beach Holiday Park in Denmark.
“We have been working in the local region for some time now and developed a wonderful program showcasing the regions natural and community strengths. The program includes organised tours to the Albany ANZAC Centre and Historic Whaling Station and Torndirrup National Park. There will also be visits to local food and wine providers”, said Mr Miller.
“To also allow a very broad experience we have arranged lawn bowls, golf and a very popular dragon boat paddle option. The visiting members will have a great range of opportunity to visit and enjoy the region”, said Mr Miller.
The ACC Annual General Meeting will be held during the National Muster.
- Published: 11 October 2018 11 October 2018
I'm excited to release the initial advice for the 2019 Chairman's Muster to be staged at Murray Bridge in South Australia from 13/3/19 - 20/3/19. The schedule is draft at present but will give you an indication of the program planned for this exciting area.
On behalf of your Board we look forward to meeting as many members as possible at this annual event.
Australian Caravan Club Limited
You can download a copy of the draft Schedule of Events here.
- Published: 04 October 2018 04 October 2018
Sue Smith, Jeff and Lois Denley, Chris Rogers, Derrick Smith, Fay and Bill Walker. All on our way to Denmark. Some of the Lakeside Drifters had met up with Sue and Derrick from Southern Nomads twice on Eyre Peninsula and the we ran into them today at Lake Cave at Margaret River. We all enjoy meeting fellow ACC members especially on our way to Denmark for the ACC National Muster from 14/10/18.
- Published: 18 September 2018 18 September 2018
During the past year, the Caravan Trades and Industries Association in conjunction with the Department of Transport have been weighting caravans and checking weights and measurements. Here are some staggering results ....
- 51% of the vans weighed were over their ATM.
- 24% of tow vehicles weighed were over their GVM.
- 8% of tow vehicles weighed were over their GCM.
- Highest reading over-weight single-axle caravan, 618kg.
- Highest reading over-weight tandem-axle caravan, 485kg.
- Highest reading over-weight tow vehicle, 215kg.
- Highest reading tow ball mass 405kg on a caravan with an ATM of 3350kg.
These results are from 2000 caravans that were randomly inspected. With these results, can we expect to see Department of Transport inspectors beside the highway soon? It was not stated whether drivers were fined or cautioned.
(Copied from another site)
- Published: 15 September 2018 15 September 2018
The Australian Caravan Club is delighted to welcome Kafe Kookaburra to its member benefits programme.
Kafe Kookaburra is in Nana Glen, NSW. Where’s Nana Glen???....., well it’s just 25kms inland north-west of Coffs Harbour on the Orara Way.
Enjoy the rustic Cafe/Restaurant where you can enjoy the view of the valley from every seat. With an extensive menu on offer, including wholesome fresh food, locally roasted coffee and beautiful homemade desserts, it’s the perfect place to stop and relax. You can also peruse through a selection of artisan smallgoods.
They are Pet Friendly, Bike Friendly and with ample parking for the biggest of vehicles.
Kafe Kookaburra offer ACC members a 10% discount on their menu. Pre-arranged group bookings will enjoy a 15% discount.
- Published: 14 September 2018 14 September 2018
The Australian Caravan Club is delighted to welcome Pioneer Tourist Park to its member benefits programme.
You will find Pioneer Tourist Park in Deniliquin, New South Wales.
With Ensuite, Powered & Unpowered sites there’s accommodation for everyone. The grassed drive-through sites can accommodate the large vehicles.
The deciduous tress throughout the park provide plenty of shade in the summer months.
While in Deniliquin be sure to visit the Peppin Heritage Centre which has a variety of travelling and local exhibitions throughout the year. Of course Deniliquin is famous for the Deni Ute Muster, so make sure you see the mosaic ute in the gardens adjacent the Heritage Centre.
Fishing in the Edward River or a round of golf on the 18 hole, par 72 course which boasts some of the best greens in the region can also be enjoyed.
ACC Members staying at Pioneer Tourist Park for a minimum of 2 nights will receive a 10% discount…KUI member discount also applies (total of 20% discount for KUI members).
Groups of 5 or more staying for 3 or more nights will receive the discount above PLUS the park will put on a BBQ one night.
- Published: 13 September 2018 13 September 2018
The Australian Caravan Club is delighted to welcome Rainbow Pines Tourist Park to its member benefits programme.
Rainbow Pines Tourist Park is situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Eucumbene only 40 minutes to Selwyn Snowfields with the breathtaking Snowy Mountains as its backdrop.
The heated amenities block includes disabled/family rooms, while most of the powered sites overlook Lake Eucumbene.
The Onsite shop is stocked with basics such as bread, milk, bacon, butter, etc and a lot more to make a meal. The shop also has a large collection of fishing tackle and bait ranging from hooks up to complete trout combo's from Abu Garcia.
Pets are permitted with a current vaccination certificate.
Rainbow Pines Tourist Park offer ACC members a 10% discount up to $50 per stay.