Four hundred members of the Australian Caravan Club (ACC) in 200 RVs are expected to arrive in Bingara, NSW, next month for the club’s 2017 Annual National Muster.
The muster will be held from October 15-22 at the Bingara Showgrounds.
“Our national musters are very popular with our 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 a speaker 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 of touring 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.
“A daily happy hour event will allow members from everywhere to come together and exchange travelling tales. Every night will bring social interaction and different entertainment.”
Mr Humphrey said all RVers interested in finding out more about the ACC were welcome to attend one of the happy hours during the muster.
For more information, phone Craig Humphrey on 0409 605 890.