held in WA for first time
caravan club chalks
up another milestone
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THE 4600-member Australian Caravan Club has chalked up another
It recently held its annual National Muster in Western Australia for the
first time in the club's 12-year history.
The event from October 15 to 21 was staged at the Ocean Beach Holiday Park
National chairman Craig Humphrey described the annual muster as the club's
"It attracts the greatest number of our members to a region in Australia,"
"While in the region, our members not only visit attractions and sightsee,
they also significantly boost its economy."
Mr Humphrey said that holding the muster in WA was a significant point in
the club's growth.
National Muster coordinators Brian and Pam Miller and their active
organising committee spent over 18 months preparing for the historic
More than 185 RVs registered for the muster.
Mr Miller said the local community benefited because ACC research
indicated that each attendee would spend up to $100 a day whilst in the
"Previous National Musters have contributed over $250,000 to the local
community," he said.
Club members enjoyed organised tours to the Albany ANZAC Centre, the
historic whaling station and Torndirrup National Park.
There were also be visits to local food and wine providers, lawn bowls,
golf and a very popular dragon boat paddle option.
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