- Published: 19 May 2017 19 May 2017
Our Peak Hill Chairman’s Muster is now under way with the muster being officially opened by Parkes Shire Councillor Louise O’Leary at Happy Hour this afternoon. Cr O’Leary welcomed our members to Peak Hill and gave our members a briefing about the many attractions that the region has to offer.
- Published: 18 May 2017 18 May 2017
A beautiful sunrise promises a great start for our 70 members who will be attending the first day of our Peak Hill Chairman’s Muster.
Today our Chairman will be hosting an afternoon tea for members attending their first Chairman’s Muster at 2pm, followed by the Official Opening of the Peak Hill Chairman’s Muster by a representative of the Parkes Shire Council.
- Published: 18 May 2017 18 May 2017
Our Club’s Target 500 bumper stickers have arrived! Preparing for arrivals at our Peak Hill Chairman’s Muster, ACC Lakeside Drifters’ member and muster co-ordinator Leigh Marshall wasted no time to be the first to proudly apply his sticker to the rear of his tug.
Watch out for the bumper stickers as they indicate the driver is a member of our Club, the Australian Caravan Club, the Club for ALL RVers …where Friendships and Adventure begin. Our members are more than happy to tell you all about our Club and welcome any enquiries.
- Published: 16 May 2017 16 May 2017
The great hospitality and welcome afforded by our Hurry Slowly Farm Stay Hosts Peter and Wendy, stand out in the comments made by ACC members on the Farm Stay website.
Located only 6 kilometres from the Dubbo CBD, 3 kilometres from a major shopping complex and more importantly for our gentlemen, 2 kilometres from Bunnings, at Hurry Slowly Farm Stay you will find easily accessible level sites.
Here, you can relax and wake up to the sound of birds, in a very quiet place to leave your van while site seeing…and there is plenty to see and do in and around Dubbo.
Not only do you have the Western Plains Zoo, there is a free Culture Centre, the Old Dubbo Gaol, wineries, and large shopping centres and eateries. The site is a little over one hour from Lake Burrendong Dam, home of the Lake Burrendong Fishing Classic which attracts thousands each Easter. Situated on the Macquarie River, Dubbo has great fishing, walking and bike trails, and picnic spots. The Wellington Caves are only 40 minutes away.
Hurray Slowly Farm Stay is available for use by ACC members for most of the year, unless Peter and Wendy are travelling. There is a maximum of 3 caravan sites and 2 days’ notice is required. Pets are allowed, but fires are not permitted.
Why not call in and see Peter and Wendy on your next trip along the Newell Highway? ACC Members can find the contact and full address for Hurry Slowly Farm Stay in the Farm Stay listing on our Club’s website. To access, members must first log into the website and then click on the link that will appear.
- Published: 15 May 2017 15 May 2017
Shady grassed sites and the ability to accommodate RVs of all types and sizes, are some of the features why we have chosen Ibis Caravan Park as our Park of the Month for May.
You will find Ibis Caravan Park on the outskirts of Kerang in Victoria, between Swan Hill and Echuca. It is only 20 minutes to Bendigo and 40 minutes to Barham.
Powered, unpowered and drive through sites, and a variety of cabins (some pet friendly) are available. Pets are permitted and doggie day care is available. Other features of the Park include a well-equipped camp kitchen and barbeque hut, fire pit, and swimming pool.
When staying at Ibis Caravan Park, you are within an easy drive of the Kerang Wetlands with its 50 lakes, swamps and lagoons. Activities include fishing and bird watching as the wetland house thousands of beautiful water birds.
If you are partial to a glass of wine, there are a number of wineries producing exotic wines nearby. The popular Murrabit Market operates on the first Saturday of each month with more than 200 stalls selling everything from fruit and vegetables, local handicrafts, and tools, to fishing gear, clothes, shoes and hardware.
Ibis Caravan Park proudly display an ACC RVSTAY Sign and offer all ACC members a $2 discount on stays of 2 nights or more. ACC Branch musters are welcome with a free sausage sizzle for members with a minimum of 8 RVs staying 5 nights. The Park is also a member of KUI Parks.
Up until 1 July 2017, Ibis Caravan Park are offering ACC members a special discount rate of 20% off a powered site on a minimum 2 nights’ stay. ACC members should check out the special offer listed in the May Member Benefits Newsletter.
- Published: 13 May 2017 13 May 2017
ACC members - the May edition of your Member Benefits e-Newsletter will be out soon!
Not only does it contain some very special winter offers for you as an ACC member, it introduces you to our newest member benefits, lists all our Autumn Parks, Farm Stays and Freedom Camps of the Month, and contains up to date listings of all current ACC member benefits and Farm Stays.
Watch your email ‘inbox’ for this exciting edition. Don’t forget to click and open it when it arrives!
- Published: 12 May 2017 12 May 2017
Enjoying the benefits available through our member benefits programme is one of the many advantages of being a member of our Club.
A big welcome and thank you to new member benefit providers Aussie Road Crew Tours, BioMagic Environmental Solutions, Caravan Relocation Services, Coral Coast Veterinary Hospital, Currabubula Pub and Café, Jason Hawkins Tupperware Consultant, Junee Golf Club Campground, Kingaroy Showgrounds Caravan Park, Liquitube Distributor QLD, Quirindi Caravan Park, Robyn Faye Designs, Royal Hotel Spring Ridge, Tenterfield Lodge Caravan Park, and Yarraman Caravan Park which have recently joined our programme and are offering our members benefits.
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