The Western Australian Association of Caravan Clubs Inc. What is it?
Caravan and Motor Home Clubs in Western Australia are represented on a State body called the “WA Association of Caravan Clubs Inc.” (WAACCI) which also operates under a registered business name of “Caravanswest.”
WAACCI is a member of the National Association of Caravan Clubs Ltd (NACC) which is the national organisation representing the individual state associations of caravan clubs on matters affecting all caravanners.
The aims of WAACCI are to foster and promote caravanning and encourage caravanners to appreciate and enjoy the beauty of the natural environment.
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Delegates' Meeting Dates
Delegates from all affiliated clubs meet on the third Wednesday in the months of January, March, May, July, September and November.
Normal Delegate Meeting Scheduled Dates for 2020 have been suspended due to the Coronavirus:
- New dates will be advised
All Meetings commence at 7.30pm and are held in the Meg Oliver Room at RAAF Association, Bullcreek Drive Bullcreek.
Annual General Meeting November
The AGM will be held at 7:30pm prior to the normal Delegates meeting. It will also be held in the Meg Olive room.
For more detailed instructions, select the link below.
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Why Join a Caravan Club
What is a caravan club?
Answer: A group of caravan/recreational vehicle owners with an interest in travelling one weekend in each month. Usually, this involves towing your van for up to 150km to a Caravan Park, Hall/Oval or Bush Camp site etc. Often the destination is chosen for a particular feature, such as a beach, or to coincide with a local festival.
Many of us purchased our caravan for that one “big trip” around this great country of ours and on our return the caravan sits in our backyard or in storage until that next “big trip” that never comes or it is only used once a year for annual holidays. In short, our investment of thousands of dollars is wasted standing in our backyard.
One way of breaking this cycle is to join a Caravan Club which will give you the opportunity of travelling away with like minded people on a regular basis during the year.
The attached pdf document has a number of questions and answers that will assist you in wanting to join a Caravan Club.
2020 State Rally Bunbury Cancelled
The 2020 State Rally has been cancelled due to the Covid crisis. It has been rescheduled for October next year.
Magazine and CaravansWest Updates
Select the "WA Caravan and Camping" item in the main menu to see this year's issues.
This year's updates are also available from the main menu, by selecting "CaravansWest Updates" or follow the link below.
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Caravan Friendly Businesses
Check out local businesses that have us caravanners in mind. We have created a new page to highlight these businesses.
Recent additions include:
- Desert Caravans located in Geraldton who specialise in caravan sales and repairs. They also offer a range of products and accessories for caravans and camping and also manufacture their very own custom caravans, right there at their workshop.
18th National Caravan Clubs Rally Barmera SA 2022 March/April
On behalf of the Association of Caravan Clubs of South Australia and the 18th National Caravan Clubs Rally 2022 Committee, I would like to invite you club and members to attend and join us at the Riverland Events Centre at BARMERA, which is, ‘The Jewel of the Riverland’, in South Australia for the next National Caravan Club Rally which is really not that far away.
We have chosen the best time in the Riverland to hold the rally, 28th March to the 6th of April 2022.
So why not come along and enjoy River Time at Barmera and also the network of towns that make up this exciting region. There’s more than 330 kms of Murray River to explore and enjoy and, just like the river itself, the days can be long and lazy, yet packed with a little or as much as you want. The locals tell us that the Riverland has more sunshine than the Sunshine Coast and yet has a Mediterranean climate which means wine, fruit and olive country.
That leads to fantastic cuisine which is served up in the pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants along with innovative beverages from spirits to beer, coffee, juice and wine.
There is also plenty to do and explore as we will advise you in future newsletters.
Our Committee formed and started planning the rally back in March 2017 and the twenty three dedicated members are working diligently to ensure that you will have the best time.
Most of us crossed the Nullarbor and experienced the Albany Rally so we are no longer National Rally virgins. We appreciated the marvellous effort of their committee and we hope to emulate it for you.
We were very impressed with the large number of members who registered for our rally at Albany and I encourage you to pass on the word and make 2022, Destination Riverland and enjoy River Time.