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The Australian Caravan Club (ACC) is proud to announce that the Club will be establishing a new branch in the Blue Mountains and surrounding country area (including Bathurst, Lithgow and the Hawkesbury area).
An information session and initial meeting has been set for 10.30am on Sunday 26thAugust at the Blackheath Glen Tourist Park, 67-69 Prince Edward Street, Blackheath. The meeting will be held in the park’s camp kitchen.
“I welcome all locals who own a caravan, fifth wheeler, camper trailers or motorhome to attend. If you want to use your RV more this is a great opportunity to join with like-minded people from your local area. I will be attending with other ACC members to welcome all at the Blackheath Glen Tourist Park on the 26th of August.” said Lorraine Theodoros, ACC State Membership representative.
Whilst there is no requirement to be staying at the caravan park to attend the meeting, members of the ACC will be staying over the weekend and would welcome your company should you decide to stay in the park.
The Australian Caravan Club (ACC) was founded in September 2006 and is now the second largest multi brand RV club in Australia.
The Club’s main objective is to ‘promote the use of recreational vehicles and the RVing lifestyle throughout Australia’.
If you are a member of the ACC and have not yet joined a branch or if you are the owner of an RV and would like to become involved with a dynamic and progressive RV club, join us at Blackheath on 26th August and become a foundation member of the newest branch of the ACC.
Tha Australian Caravan Club (ACC) invites you to join us and get away more in your RV.
You are welcome as a visitor to any Muster in your area - just make contact thru the website.
You’ll discover why the ACC is the Club - where friendship and adventure begin.
Following from the Qld Heritage Rally Biloela, the ACC Capricornia Tourers moved to Caniglia Gorge National Park for a quick visit. The Gorge is spectacular with the group completing 4 walks in 2 days. Some members ventured to the Giants Chair lookout- a grade 3 walk - of some difficulty.
The next day saw a group tackle the Dragon and Bloodwood cave - but alas no hobbits or dragons were encountered. The facilities in the park are great and the standard of tracks worth attempting - though members may need to consider the length and complexity of the walks.