Club News and Newsletters
Our ACC Lone Trekkers are planning yet another muster at Trangie in New South Wales Central West from 20 to 24 July 2017, following the major success of their Bordertown, South Australia muster last month.
The venue for the muster is the Trangie Caravan Park where park owners Andrew and Deb are lining up a pizza night, bush poet and a tour of the Cotton Gin. Trangie is shaping up to be another action packed ACC Lone Trekker Muster.
So if you are travelling solo, why not join the ACC today, then join our Lone Trekkers Special Interest Group, and share friendships and adventure with other solo RVers?
The Australian Caravan Club (ACC) is delighted to welcome Southern Cross Parks to its member benefits programme.
Southern Cross Parks has joined 5 Parks into the programme. All Parks will display ACC window stickers.
ACC members can now obtain a 10% discount on their accommodation up to a maximum of $50 per stay, at Dubbo Midstate Caravan Park in Dubbo NSW, Goulburn South Caravan Park in Goulburn NSW, Goondiwindi Holiday Park in Goondiwindi Qld, Narrabri Big Sky Caravan Park in Narrabri NSW, and Horsham Riverside Caravan Park in Horsham Vic.
All Parks are pet friendly. ACC members must produce your membership card to obtain the discount.
Enjoying the benefits available through our member benefits programme is one of the many advantages of being a member of our Club.
Not a member? Why not join our Club the Australian Caravan Club, the Club for ALL RVers …where Friendships and Adventure begin today?
Do you own a caravan, motorhome, slide-on, 5th wheeler, camper-trailer or campervan and live in the Canberra region?
If so, you might be interested in finding out more about our Club or in joining us, the Australian Caravan Club, the Club for ALL RVers …where Friendships and Adventure begin.
At 2pm on Saturday, 24 June 2017, our New South Wales membership support representative Lorraine will be holding a meeting at Exhibition Park, Cnr Flemington Road and Northbourne Ave, Mitchell, ACT with a view to setting up a new branch of our Club to service RVers living in the Canberra region.
A happy hour and barbeque will follow the meeting commencing at 4pm. Interested RVers who are unable to make the meeting are welcome to come along. (BYO chairs, drinks and BBQ food).
A warm welcome awaits any local or travelling RVers who come along to the meeting, happy hour or barbeque – even if it’s just to find out what our Club is all about.