ACC Sydney City Slickers - Home from the National Muster Tag Along

From October 21, 2019 until October 28, 2019
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General Information

Join other members of the Sydney City Slickers and your hosts Alan & Debbie Lidbetter and travel from the National Muster at Warrnambool Vic back to Sydney.  The Tagalong will have a mix of budget camps and caravan parks.  All locations will have access to toilets.  Feel free to come along for the whole trip or for whatever parts suit you.


21 October

Public Gardens

35 Gardens Rd, Smythesdale Vic


No booking required

Donation – no power


22 October

Seymour Big 4 holiday Park

30 Trevan St, Seymour Vic


Ph: 03 5792 1530

$43 per night powered

(Big  members $38.70))


23-24 October

Beechworth Caravan Park

151 Stanley St, Beechworth Vic


Ph:  03 5728 1597

$33 per night powered


25 October

Jugiong Showground

Riverside Dr, Jugiong NSW


No booking required

Donation – no power


Moss Vale

26-27 October

Moss Vale Caravan Park

Willow Dr, Moss Vale NSW

Ph: 02 4868 1099

$73 for 2 nights powered



Other than Smythesdale & Jugiong, you must book all other accommodation prior to registration closing date.  When booking, please make mention of the Sydney City Slickers and ensure you advise the overall length of your caravan.


Registrations are required before 20th September 2019.



21 October


Today after a lazy morning we depart the National Muster and head to Smythesdale (approx. 153kms).  Tonight’s stop is at the Public Gardens which is a budget camp with access to toilets and showers.  You will not be able to hook up to water or power.

22 October


A slightly longer drive today as we head to Seymour via Daylesford (approx. 187kms).  At Daylesford we will stop at the “Amazing Mill Markets” for morning tea and a look at the treasures within.  After setting up camp tonight at the Big4 Seymour Holiday Park, you may like to wander through town and look at the Vietnam Veteran’s memorial.

23 October


Today we head up the motorway to the historic town of Beechworth (approx. 175km).  We will have 2 nights at the Beechworth Caravan Park.

24 October


Day at leisure.  Time to take in the history of the town, find out about the links to Ned Kelly in his early years, visit a cordial brewery & gin distillery and no visit to Beechworth is complete without a visit or two to the Beechworth Bakery.

25 October


Today is our longest drive Beechworth to Jugiong (approx 262kms).  We plan on breaking up the drive with a morning tea stop at Holbrook (approx. 107kms) and then lunch at the Dog on the Tucker Box (approx 123kms).  Tonight, we will be staying at the Jugiong Showground which is a free camp with access to toilets but no power or water.  There are showers available for a small entry fee at the public pool next door.

26 October


After we leave Jugiong, we head up the highway to Moss Vale (approx 214kms).

27 October


Day at leisure.  Enjoy the local area. The Berrima School Yard markets are on from 9am to 2pm.

28 October



Time to say goodbye as we make our own way home or onto your next trip.  Safe travels and hope you enjoyed our trip home.





This muster is pet friendly subject to the following ACC Pet Policy.





The ACC Board recognises that some ACC members wish to participate in Branch functions and activities while accompanied by their family pet(s). The Board also recognises that some ACC members are not comfortable in participating in activities where pets are present.


All Branches and SIGS are to abide by the published standard ACC Pet Policy as per the following, and also shall not be at variance with local regulations regarding the presence and control of animals, the applicable health regulations, or the rules and regulations that a particular venue may have in place.


Pet Policy of the ACC

When we are conducting an event at a location where animals are permitted members’ pets are welcome at Club functions on the following conditions- 

  • Pet owners must obey all local laws as well as any Park policies.
  • Pets are not permitted in food preparation areas or at group gatherings where food is consumed or at formal meetings.
  • With the exception of guide dogs pets are not permitted in a marquee or hall.
  • Owners must ensure that their pets are not a nuisance to other people.
  • Owners are responsible for cleaning up any ‘mess’ deposited by their pets.
  • Dogs must be kept under control (i.e. on a lead) at all times, except in designated off leash areas and in secure enclosures.
  • When in public places dogs must be kept on a lead.
  • If a member’s pet has been declared a dangerous animal or has exhibited dangerous behaviour in the past then when that pet attends a club event  it must be confined or otherwise made harmless in such a way that it presents no danger to any person, pet or animal also present at that event.

Dogs that are permitted by Legislation, accredited and defined under a law of each Australian State or Territory are exempt from this policy.

Policy effective as at 27 February 2017