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Warrnambool's Surfside Holiday Park

Caravan Muster In Town

Caravan Muster In Town

Warrnambool's Surfside Holiday Park

Australian Caravan Club National Muster Rolls Into Warrnambool

More than 150 caravans are expected to set up camp at Surfside Holiday Parks next week for the annual Australian Caravan Club (ACC) National Muster.

The event brings more than 300 people from around Australia to Warrnambool for the week-long event, starting October 14th.

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Australian Caravan Club Chairman Craig Humphrey says that he expected vans to come from far and wide to attend the muster.

“The National Muster is the showcase event of our club. It is the event that attracts the greatest number of club members,”

“Our research indicates that each of the attendees will spend up to $100 per day whilst visiting the region and previous National Musters have injected over $250,000 to the local economy.”

Warrnambool City Council Mayor Tony Herbert says that camping and caravanning has a long history in Warrnambool.

“For a city the size of Warrnambool to have caravan parks run almost the length of our foreshore speaks to the value this city places on offering classic Australian beachside holidays,”

“With the beach on one side and Lake Pertobe on the other, I think Surfside is one of the best places in Australia to set up camp, and it’s the perfect location for a national caravan muster,"

“The ACC has worked closely with the Warrnambool City Council Events and Promotions team over the past year to plan a wonderful week-long program to showcase all the region has to offer.”

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