Peak Hill comes alive at Australian Caravan Club rally

By: Lionel Mussell


More than 70 Australian Caravan Club members descended on the New South Wales town of Peak Hill for the recent biannual Chairman’s Muster.

Peak Hill comes alive at Australian Caravan Club rally
More than 70 ACC members from across four states gathered at the small community of Peak Hill in NSW.

RVers from four states gathered at Peak Hill Showgrounds over five days, with 36 caravans and two motorhomes making up the vehicle numbers.

Events for the week were organised by locals including Peak Hill Caravan Park owners Leighton and Pauline Davies, and included a visit to the famous Parkes ‘Dish’, guided historic tour of Peak Hill’s former gold mine, and a day trip to an indigenous rock art gallery at Snake Rock.

Author and former owner of the popular Workabout Australia club, Barry Brebner also attended. He spoke to members about his latest book, Working on the Wallaby, acollection of stories from people who have travelled around Australia and found jobs along the way.

During the Muster, ACC Chairman Craig Humphrey discussed the club’s new theme, ‘Target 500’, which aims to increase membership by 500 members over the next 12 months.

Upcoming ACC musters will be held at Strathalbyn, Grenfell, Collie River, Malanda and Wangaratta.

For information about the ACC and a full list of upcoming musters, visit www.australiancaravanclub.com.au.