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tally pours nearly $200,000 into Warrnambool
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AUSTRALIAN Caravan Club members injected
nearly $200,000 into the Victorian city of Warrnambool and its surrounds
during their recent seven-day National Muster, it has
In fact, some were so impressed with the city ‒
which marks the western end of the Great Ocean Road ‒
they remained in the area for several weeks afterwards.
"And this added expenditure not included in the rally tally," club
chairman Craig Humphrey said.
Over 300 members attended the seven-day muster
at the Surfside Holiday Park.
"The National Muster provided an atmosphere for them to chat informally
with me and other board directors about club matters,” Mr Humphrey said.
"At least five happy hours, a first timer's happy hour, catered dinner and
morning teas throughout the event provided ample opportunity for this."
He said the club was "most appreciative" of the sponsorship and support it
received from local businesses in Warrnambool.
The muster featured organised activities.
"For our members who like to experience a region and its history, there
were visits to the Great Ocean Road, Timboon and district, Port Fairy and
Koroit as well as local trips," Mr Humphrey
An afternoon of guest speakers informed members about local geology and
fauna, gave tips on travelling with pets and told about new initiatives
with the Flying Doctor Service and outback
Members also supported a fundraising charity afternoon tea for Food Share,
which was supported by Tasty Plate.
The Lions Club supplied a charity breakfast.
ACC members are now focussing on next year's Chairman’s Muster planned for
Charters Towers in Queensland from May 14.
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