- Published: 21 January 2008 21 January 2008
We need you!
With three committees under way and beginning to get stuck into their allotted tasks we need to bolster their numbers with more volunteers.
Independent Camping Committee
Chairman Don Reid is looking for representation from every State so that he can compile an accurate picture of what's available throughout Australia for camping either at no cost or at budget rates. Once we have the information we will look at areas where some action is needed to protect and increase the availability of facilities for our members.
Promotions and Marketing Committee
Chairman Barry Konemann's committee is charged with promoting membership, obtaining sponsorship and Nomad advertising and in general ‘selling' the club. He has a couple of committee members already but Barry would welcome a few more helpers.
Annual Muster and AGM Committee
Chairman Gary Duncan and his committee have the task of finding a venue and making the arrangements for our second Annual Muster and the AGM. Once the date and venue is finalised I'm sure they will be looking for more help.
- Published: 09 January 2008 09 January 2008
Smiles all Round
You could cut the tension with a knife. It was the bowls final at the first ACC muster. The air was heavy with competition, but there were smiles and laughter all round
WORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY SIMONE COSTI
- Published: 17 December 2007 17 December 2007
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- Published: 27 September 2007 27 September 2007
Nearly one hundred and fifty members and guests gathered at Belongil Fields Caravan Park in beautiful Byron Bay in NSW for the first ever National Muster and AGM of the Australian Caravan Club.
In a weekend crammed with activities, the fully catered dinner on Saturday night was a highlight and members were surprised and delighted to find they each received a souvenir wine glass, courtesy of Caravan World, and a free glass of wine to start the evening’s festivities. The popularity of the glasses was shown later in the evening when surplus glasses were put up for auction. Spirited bidding saw increasing valueplaced on the glasses until the final pair, plus a bottle of wine, were knocked down by auctioneer Lionel for an incredible $125! Thanks Gary and Pam.
Great entertainment was provided by the talented ‘Chris and the Grey’ as award winning bush poet Merv Webster and his partner Chris like to be called.
- Published: 12 March 2007 12 March 2007
The rapidly growing Australian Caravan Club has held it’s first highly successful social weekends in Queensland, NSW and Victoria and more are planned for the rest of the year.
- Published: 06 December 2006 06 December 2006
Our inaugural issue of The Nomad has been published and mailed to members.