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October 2017


Australian Caravan Club muster

Caravan Club members at a previous gathering

Eight-day muster with country theme

Bingara set to welcome hundreds of caravanners

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HUNDREDS of caravans will converge on the small town of Bingara in NSW later this month.

About 400 members of the Australian Caravan Club (ACC) will roll into the local showground for the club's 2017 Annual National Muster.

Members will be travelling from all over Australia for the eight-day gathering beginning October 15.

"Our national musters are very popular with club members, with some travelling thousands of kilometres across the Nullarbor from Western Australia," ACC chairman Craig Humphrey said.

"They provide an opportunity for our members from around the country to not only get together annually and share stories about their own adventures, but there are always lots of educational sessions and entertainment on the go.

"This year we have some very interesting speakers, including one from the National Road Transport Association who will be educating RVers on RV and truck etiquette."

With a country location, the muster will have a country theme.

Members will have the opportunity to tour The Living Classroom, which is about regenerating 150 hectares of little-used town common into food production, a solar-powered home and workshop on a farm, and a self-drive tour of a cattle property.

There will also be a working dog demonstration.

"Our more energetic members can play a round of golf or join in a game of barefoot bowls," Mr Humphrey said.

"A daily Happy Hour will allow members to come together and exchange travelling tales and every night will bring social interaction and different entertainment.

"There will be something for everyone, including the beginning of many new friendships and the sharing of new adventures.

"That's why we are the Australian Caravan Club, the club for all RVers …where friendships and adventures begin."

Mr Humphrey invited all RVers interested in finding out more about the club to join members at one of their Happy Hours during the event.


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