THE Australian Caravan Club expects up to a hundred members to attend
its six-day Chairman's Muster beginning on May 18 at Peak Hill in NSW's
A full program of activities has been planned for members attending the
event at the town's showgrounds.
They will enjoy a farm visit, tour of The Dish, Goobang National Park
visit, guided tour of Snake Rock with traditional lunch and entertainment
and a visit to the night market at the Services Club.
There will also be a 'Bring Out The Artist Within' art class with a
well-known local artist, golf, barefoot bowls, an historic walk around
town and a gold mine sunset tour.
"The purpose of our chairman's musters is three-fold," explained club
chairman Craig Humphrey.
"The first is to provide a social event for our members.
"The second is to provide a venue where members can sit down with the
chairman and other club officials face-to-face at Happy Hour and provide
Muster provides opportunity for
chairman to meet and chat with members
"And the third is to provide economic support back into regional towns
that support RVers."
Mr Humphrey said the club expected up to 50 RVs at the gathering.
At its last chairman's muster, held earlier this year at Kingaroy in
south-east Queensland, the club recorded an average daily spend of between
$100 and $110 for each RV.
"Iím really looking forward to the next muster, which will provide an
opportunity for me to meet and chat with members," he said.
"This is what our chairman's musters are all about.
"In addition to the attractions and sightseeing, our members will
naturally enjoy their daily Happy Hour."
Mr Humphrey extended an invitation to fellow travellers and residents of
Peak Hill and its surrounds to join himself and club members for Happy
Hour on May 20 at 4pm.
"This will provide an opportunity for other RVers to come along and learn
more about the club," he said.
"Interested travellers and residents with RVs should RSVP me on 0409 605