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The City of AlbanyHundreds of RVs will converge on city

'Be patient' as caravans approach, says council

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ALBANY in Western Australia is bracing itself for an invasion of about 450 caravans.

The city will open its doors for this year's 10-day Coromal Windsor National Caravan Clubs Rally at Centennial Park from October 13.

The event is being hosted by the WA Association of Caravan Clubs and the local council has already issued a plea to locals to be patient.

"In the days leading up to the rally you may notice an increase in the number of caravans in the region," it warned.

"This may result in traffic disruption and delays. Please be patient and understanding during this time."

A small number of caravans will be on-site from October 2 to October 30 to set-up and pack-away equipment.

The council said on-site generators would help provide power to the event participants.

"The City is working with the event organisers to ensure any noise from the generators is mitigated as much as possible," it said.

It will be the rally's first visit to WA in 17 years.

In 2015, the City of Albany hosted the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia National Rally with over 800 participants..


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