- Published: 21 December 2016 21 December 2016
Special Free Discovery Holiday Parks Membership Offer for Australian Caravan Club Members
Discovery Holiday Parks are offering Australian Caravan Club (ACC) members a free 12 months membership if they join the Discovery Holiday Parks membership programme before 31 December 2017.
Membership of Discovery Holiday Parks entitles RVers to a 10% discount on all site and cabin bookings to a value of $50 per stay, exclusive member offers and specials.
Over 60 additional accommodation discount benefits throughout Australia are now available to ACC members who choose to take advantage of this tremendous offer, following an arrangement entered into between the ACC and Discovery Holiday Parks.
The arrangement brings a significant boost to the already large number of accommodation venues offering ACC members discount on their stays throughout Australia.
ACC members wishing to take advantage of this offer must log into the ACC website as members, click on the green member benefits - accommodation button on the ACC homepage and obtain the Discovery Holiday Parks Code from the member benefits listing. This Code is for exclusive use by ACC members only.
For more information about what Discovery Holiday Parks has to offer RVers, visit their website at www.discoveryholidayparks.com.au.
Own a caravan, motorhome, pop top, campertrailer, slide-on, campervan or 5th wheeler? Like to join the ACC and take advantage of our member benefits programme? Go to www.australiancaravanclub.com.au and click on 'Join The Club Now' which can be found on our Club's website.
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- Published: 20 December 2016 20 December 2016
Australian Caravan Club Offers Discount to Members of Caravan Parks and Bush Camp Reviews - WA
Australian Caravan Club (ACC) National Chairman Craig Humphrey and Caravan Parks and Bush Camp Reviews – WA (CPBCRWA) Founder Louise Gorham today announced agreement has been reached for members of CPBCRWA to join the ACC for a limited time at a discounted rate.
The ACC is one of the largest RV Clubs in Australia and recently celebrated its 10th anniversary since its foundation at Caloundra, Queensland in 2006. The Club has grown substantially and now boasts a membership of around 4,500 members with 42 branches throughout Australia from Townsville to Perth, including Tasmania.
CPBCRWA is a Facebook group where like-minded people come together to review, discuss, ask questions, share photos and thoughts on anything related to camping and travelling this beautiful country.
‘The ACC invites members of CPBCRWA with RVs to join our Club and take advantage of the many benefits that membership of the ACC has to offer,’ ACC National Chairman Craig Humphrey said today. ‘Membership of the ACC is open to all RVers, from families to grey nomads, and from the owners of caravans, pop tops, campertrailers, motorhomes, slide-ons and campervans to 5th wheelers.’
‘From 1 January to 30 June 2017, the ACC are making a special offer to CPBCRWA members.’
‘CPBCRWA members joining during this period will receive a refund back of the $10.00 joining fee if they join online using PayPal using a special Code from 1 January to 30 June 2017.’
‘As a member of the ACC, not only are you a member of one of the friendliest and best RV Clubs in Australia, but you are also entitled to take advantages of the many benefits that being a member brings.’
‘With ACC membership comes a broad range of discounts from member benefit providers. Membership also includes the ability to attend social and fun activities at branch musters and to share RVing experiences with like-minded people.’
‘There is the option of participating in a range of topics on the members’ forum on our website, stay for free at a range of FarmStay locations and join one of our Club’s Special Interest Groups including Kids In Tow which caters for families and children, Lone Trekkers for members travelling alone, English Van Owners, Full Time Travellers and Armed Forces S.I.G.’
Announcing the offer to CPBCRWA Facebook Group Members, CPBCRWA Founder Louise Gorham said ‘This is a fantastic opportunity for CPBCRWA. The ACC has something for everyone. My husband and I love being members of the ACC community. Just like CPBCRWA, the ACC is all about enabling us to travel, to do what we all love, in a safe and fun environment to learn new things, see new places and meet wonderful people’.
- Published: 17 December 2016 17 December 2016
With its picturesque mountain backdrop and surrounded by National Parks, Big4 Cania Gorge Caravan and Tourist Park near Monto is the newest member benefit provider offering discounts to ACC members.
Big 4 Cania Gorge offers ACC members a 10% discount (no limit) or to stay 7 nights and pay for 6.
ACC members will find plenty to do at Big 4 Cania Gorge. The Park is a bird watchers paradise and has three swimming pools. The National Park nearby has an abundance of walking tracks.
For the children or grandchildren, Big4 Cania Gorge has a giant jumping pillow, kids movies, tennis court, water playground and an inflatable trampoline.
Small dogs are allowed during weekdays in a specified area. Please note that no dogs are allowed on weekends or during school holidays and dogs are not to be walked near facilities.
Please remember to show your ACC membership card when checking in.
- Published: 06 December 2016 06 December 2016
One of Australia’s largest RV Clubs, the Australian Caravan Club (ACC), today welcomed the announcement of the opening of a further freedom camping area at Currabubula by the Liverpool Plains Shire Council Mayor Cr Andrew Hope.
The freedom camping area is located at the Recreation Ground in Maitland Street, Currabubula.
‘This initiative is another great achievement of the Liverpool Plains Shire Council (LPSC),’ said ACC National Deputy Chairman Tom Smith. ‘I am sure that RVers will make good use of this great facility and support local businesses during their stay.’
Mr Smith joined the LPSC Mayor Cr Hope, LPSC Councillors, members of the Currabubula Pony Club and the wider Currabubula Community at the official opening. The facility, which allows a stay of up to 72 hours, has hot showers and flushing toilets for which patrons are asked to make a small donation.
‘The ACC was pleased to have been involved in the development of the LPSC Recreational Vehicle Strategy.’
At the opening, Mr Smith presented Cr Hope with an ACC RVSTAY sign for display at the Currabubula Recreation Ground freedom camping area.
‘Credit goes to the LPSC for being so forward thinking and for opening up economic opportunities for its local businesses in this way.’
‘Benefits have already been seen within the Shire since the opening of the freedom camp at Willow Tree which is now being used by many RVers. RVers have been telling me that they have been eating out at the Willow Tree Bowling Club and at the restaurant at the Willow Tree Pub.’
‘The ACC encourage our members using freedom camps to give back to the areas providing these camps by supporting local businesses wherever possible.’
‘I am sure the Currabubula local community and its surrounding area will reap the economic rewards from the increased business that RVers staying at the freedom camp will bring,’ Mr Smith said.
- Published: 02 December 2016 02 December 2016
Australian Caravan Club (ACC) National Chairman Craig Humphrey has welcomed the announcement of improved mobile phone coverage in parts of regional Queensland, under a joint Commonwealth-State Government funding arrangement.
The townships of Injinoo, Ayton, and Cape Tribulation in Far North Queensland, locations in remote western shires such as Cloncurry, and Kholo and Wongawallan in South-East Queensland, will benefit from the funding as new and improved mobile base stations are delivered.
‘RVers can encounter all sorts of problems including health issues and vehicle breakdowns while on their travels,’ said Mr Humphrey. ‘Many RVers conduct business while on the road, and of course many need to keep in touch with families at home.’
‘Members of the ACC and I am sure all RVers, will welcome this announcement knowing they will be able to have greater mobile coverage for their mobile phones and other digital devices.’
‘This is definitely a move in the right direction. I look forward to the day when RVers can travel without the worry that in an emergency, they may not have mobile phone coverage,’ Mr Humphrey said.
- Published: 29 November 2016 29 November 2016
By giving an Australian Caravan Club (ACC) One Year Membership Gift Certificate, you are not only giving membership to the friendliest and best RV Club in Australia, but also giving the many benefits that membership of the ACC has to offer.
Membership of the ACC is open to all RVs including caravans, motorhomes, pop tops, camper trailers, campervans, slide-ons, and 5th wheelers without discrimination.
The recipient of your Membership Gift Certificate will have the opportunity to join one of our 43 social branches and attend annual national musters where members from around Australia share their RV-ing experiences and attend educational sessions.
They will be entitled to receive discounts from a large number of accommodation providers, and discounts and benefits from non-accommodation member benefit providers.
ACC membership also entitles your special RV person to receive our quarterly magazine The Nomad, receive regular updates from the ACC Board, and access to the Members Only section of the ACC website which contains particulars on budget camping, a social blog site, and members’ forum where members openly discuss various RV topics.
We have a number of Farm Stays where members with self-contained RVs can free camp and a number of Special Interest Groups that may interest your special RV person – Lone Trekkers, Full Time Travellers, Armed Forces S.I.G, Owners of English Vans and Kids In Tow.
The ACC has a strong policy, advocacy and town support group who constantly work with all levels of government and the RV manufacturing industry to ensure the voice of the RV community is heard.
- Published: 24 November 2016 24 November 2016
The Hopetoun Courier caught up with the ACC Bushrangers at their Christmas Muster on the shores of Lake Lascelles in Hopetoun Victoria.
The members were in twenty vans and one cabin and we signed up four new members (2 vans) to the Club while we were there. The branch contributed a little over $5,000 to the local economy.