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When our Club's former Chairman Tom and his wife Sandra recently travelled from Queensland down to Victoria, they were delighted with the warm and friendly response they received from ACC members along the way.
There was a catch up with friends from the ACC Drovers and ACC Southern Nomads, then a barbeque with ACC Southerly Busters friends.
That's why membership of the ACC is so very special to many of our members. No matter where in Australia you are, there is nearly always an ACC member not far away.
It's easy to see why we say we are the ACC, the Club for ALL RVers ...where Friendships and Adventure begin.
Our ACC Murray River Ramblers have described their first muster for 2018 at the Big4 Tocumwal in New South Wales as ‘relaxed’. However by the sounds of it, there was plenty to do!
With thanks to local and fellow Murray River Ramblers Max and Joy, members enjoyed a guided tour of the local area. This included the remnants of a WWII airfield, a blowhole which only fills during a drought, and passing a quarry where rock was mined for the Sydney Opera House.
A safety presentation from Caravan Council of Australia, a day tagalong with luncheon boat cruise at Echuca, and visit to the H.V. McKay Rural Discovery Centre are some of the many exciting activities awaiting members of our Club at their Chairman’s Muster next month.
Around 150 RVers in 75 RVs will be travelling to Elmore in country Victoria for the Chairman’s muster, revealed our Club Chairman Craig.
The Chairman’s muster will be held at the Elmore Events Centre from 8 to 13 March 2018.
“I am delighted with the number of registrations that we have received for our Club’s Elmore Chairman’s muster,” Craig said. “Once again, the number of registrations at a Chairman’s muster has far exceeded expectations.”
As well as the Club Chairman, three other Club directors will be travelling from South-East Queensland to Elmore to attend the event.
“Our Chairman’s musters are different to our National Musters in that they are less formal. The Elmore Chairman’s muster will provide an opportunity for members attending to meet and chat with myself and three directors about our Club one on one, at our daily Happy Hour and over the course of the muster, in a friendly and relaxed environment.”
“Indeed, it’s from member feedback received at Chairman’s musters that some of our Club’s best policies and initiatives have come,” Craig said.
“There is also plenty of time for members to take in the various attractions that the region has to offer and to share friendships and adventure with like-minded people.”
Craig said towns and regions where ACC Chairman’s and National Musters have been held, always receive an economic boost over the muster period as members shop, visit tourist attractions, buy fuel and groceries and other day to day necessities.
“Our Club members are supportive of local businesses during these events. Past major musters have seen an expenditure by members of over $100 per RV per day,” Craig said.
Craig said any RVers living or travelling in the region are welcome to attend one of the daily Happy Hours during the muster and find out more about the Club. Interested RVers should contact Craig on 0409 605 890.