Caravan Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 19

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Adventure Caravan Club —- Visited: 437 Times


    Listing id: 18098

    We have a dedicated committee which takes care of the efficient running of the club. This committee includes a Rally Co-Ordinator whose task is to organise monthly rallies which are generally within an approximate 3 hour driving radius of the Sydney area. Rally destinations chosen are very diverse ranging from caravan parks with pristine water locations, to bush camps in forest surroundings.

  • Australasian Touring Caravan, Motorhome and Camping Club Inc: —- Visited: 583 Times


    Listing id: 18073

    The club was started in 1999 and is growing very fast and welcomes all. The Australasian Touring Caravan, Motorhome and Camping Club Inc. caters for all travellers that are a long way from their home base, where ever in Australia they may be. We have delegates in every state and territory of Australia who are only too glad to assist you in any way.

  • Blue Mountains Caravan Club —- Visited: 357 Times

    Blue Mountains

    Listing id: 18099

    The club may be reached thru

  • Brisbane Water Caravan Club Inc. —- Visited: 185 Times


    Listing id: 18101

    The club may be contacted thru

  • Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia Ltd: —- Visited: 276 Times


    Listing id: 18085

    With 59,000 Members, the largest motorhoming (RV) Club in Australia offers many benefits, including specially-tailored motorhome insurance, a free monthly colour magazine, social events through 93 local Chapters throughout Australia, a Solos network for Members travelling alone, two National Rallies per year and lots, lots more.

  • Caravan club of Australia Sydney —- Visited: 421 Times


    Listing id: 47505

    The Caravan Club of Australia is the second oldest Caravan Club in Australia. We are a social club dedicated to its members who wish to see some of this great country of ours by Caravan, Motorhome, Fifth Wheeler and Campervan. We meet at major Rallys about five times a year, generally on long weekends. Organised activities are arranged during the weekend as well as games such as Disk Bowls, Housie, Childrens Hat Parades, Theme nights and community meals.

  • Central Coast Caravans —- Visited: 161 Times


    Listing id: 18106

    Central Coast Caravans is located between Sydney and Newcastle on the NSW Central Coast, and is the region’s specialists in repairs, renovations and alterations to all makes of caravans and motorhomes – from European imported models to locally made brands.

  • Coromal Owners Club Inc. —- Visited: 159 Times


    Listing id: 18109

    The Coromal Caravan Club Inc. was conceived in March 2005, when the then President of the NSW State Association approached Coromal executive staff to see if Coromal were interested in taking the initial steps to help set up a club in NSW.

  • Illawarra RV Club Inc —- Visited: 219 Times


    Listing id: 47645

    This club is a Caravaning and RV club in the Illawarra area of NSW, Australia. Membership is open to anyone with any type of Recreational Vehicle, Caravan or Camper Trailer.

  • Jayco Owners Club Northern NSW Inc —- Visited: 299 Times

    Seven Hills

    Listing id: 18116

    The Jayco Club of NSW was formed in November 2003 as a social club for owners of Jayco recreational vehicles. Members range in age from people with grand children to families with young children. The club is based in Sydney however we do have members who come from in and around Sydney, to the north as far as Taree, to the south as far as Batemans Bay and to the west as far as Canowindra.

  • Newcastle Caravan Club —- Visited: 211 Times

    Elermore Vale

    Listing id: 501

    The Newcastle Caravan Club was founded in 1971. Our club aim is to assist, encourage and promote the recreational pastime of caravaning. Foster true friendships and enjoyable company of all caravaners.

  • NSW Association of Caravan Clubs Inc. —- Visited: 157 Times


    Listing id: 18096

    The Association meets every three months to formulate and discuss plans for the various activities carried out by the State Association. A State Rally held each year, hosted by a different member club, Assistance with the National rally held every three years in a different state.

  • Port Macquarie Regional Caravan Club —- Visited: 149 Times

    Port Macquarie

    Listing id: 18131

    The club sets a schedule of rallies each year from member recommendations. These rallies vary from three to four days duration to roving rallies which may be over a number of weeks.

  • Shoalhaven Caravan Club —- Visited: 179 Times


    Listing id: 18135

    The Shoalhaven Caravan Club was formed some years ago by members looking for a small social group, able to tour around at any time, rather than be restricted to week-ends. The Club is currently limited to 35 members with Committee and General Meetings ccurring about six times a year.

  • South Coast Campervan Club —- Visited: 144 Times


    Listing id: 18137

    The club may be reached thru M. Nicholson, Secretary, 102 Loralyn Avenue, St Georges Basin, NSW 2540.

  • Southern Riverina Caravan Club —- Visited: 93 Times

    Southern Riverina

    Listing id: 18139

    The Southern Riverina Caravan Club was developed in 2001 with families in mind and has grown from strength to strength. It specifically, although not exclusively, caters for children. Parents and grandparents bring the younger members of their families to enjoy weekends of entertainment every six weeks or so with like minded others.

  • Sydney Caravan Club Inc. —- Visited: 285 Times


    Listing id: 18140

    The Sydney Club was formed in 1989 with our First Rally being held at Mc Lean’s property at Thirlmere for the Easter Weekend. We are a small club with membership between 20 – 30 and we rally every long weekend.

  • Sydney-Central Coast A’van Group —- Visited: 134 Times


    Listing id: 18141

    The club may be reached thru Robert or Barb Young, PO Box 7007 Mannering Park, NSW 2259 .
    Website 02 4359 2…

  • Winnebago RV Club —- Visited: 106 Times

    Emu Plains

    Listing id: 18143

    The roots of Winnebago Industries go back to 1965, with the formation of Freeway. Bruce Binns, with the assistance of his wife Ruth, introduced the first Freeway slide on camper to Australia. They progressed with the Freeway name producing motorhomes, caravans and tent trailers.