Club News and Newsletters
Our National Muster in Denmark, Western Australia this year is making history in more ways than one.
The muster will be held at the Big4 Ocean Beach Holiday Park at Denmark from 14 to 21 October 2018.
Not only will this be our very first National Muster to be held in Western Australia, but early registrations are beating previous records!
As at 17 June 2018, registrations for the 2018 National Muster reached 100 RVs (or almost 200 members), and we are still 4 months out.
Many Queensland members are already on their way via the ‘long way around’, with Sunshine Nomads and Gold Coast Gadabouts currently up in the Northern Territory. Our membership director Graham and his wife Kaye head out from the Sunshine Coast to travel the shorter route tomorrow. Other members around the country are putting those last minute arrangements in place.
So it's all go, go, go for Denmark.
Over the coming months, we will keep you updated on our members’ travelling there. Look out for our friendly ACC members on the road, and come up and say hello.
Yes members, your 2018 Winter Nomad, the biggest Nomad ever, arrived in your email Inbox yesterday!
In our view, this is the best Nomad ever, crammed full of things from front cover to back, to whet your appetite to read more. There is a variety of articles relevant to your RV Lifestyle including travel, RV maintenance and tech talk, Caravan Guru Q & A, lots of Club News and announcements, and some celebratory special anniversary branch musters. Find out which Parks and Freedom Camps were nominated by our members as our Parks and Freedom Camps of the Month during Autumn.
The email you received has links to both Flipbook and PDF print versions. Please be sure to open the email and click on the link to one of the versions (your preference).
If you would prefer to receive a hard copy of The Nomad, it is still being published as a full glossy magazine for an annual subscription of $20 towards the full cost of printing, postage and handling. Your Club meets the difference in cost.
Pumphry’s Bridge was the site chosen for our ACC Western Wallabies Muster in May.
This is a free camp located on the Hotham River less than 2 hours’ drive from Perth, with the main attractions being the old timber bridge which collapsed many years ago, bird watching and catching yabbies. Across the river is Pumphry’s Historical Homestead which was settled in 1888.
This was a weekend of relaxing and enjoying each other’s company. With the nights getting cooler, the fire pits were very popular for keeping warm and cooking dinner as well as keeping the mosquitoes away.
Coffee, shopping, lunch at the pub and collecting firewood filled in a morning, then game of Shuffleboard was produced and this kept people entertained until dinner time on Saturday night. The weekend was rounded off with a bacon and egg breakfast on Sunday morning.