What is the club about?
It was founded in 1993 aiming to promote caravanning as a safe and rewarding recreational activity and to foster lasting friendships through participation in social activities.

What do members do?
Members enjoy the company of other likeminded people when touring with their caravans or simply enjoying a few days in one location. They hold monthly meetings, organise and attend a variety of caravan outings and social events including picnics, club lunches and a Christmas Party.

How big is the club? 
Membership is limited to 65 vans, i.e. about 130 members.

 Who can apply to join the club?
Permanent residents of the Central Coast Council area who own a registered caravan, camper van, camper trailer or motorhome, and have enough time to attend at least 1 organised trip per year plus 2 monthly meetings.

 What do I have to do to join?
Apply to the club secretary for a membership form. If the club has vacancies, you will be invited to attend just 2 general meetings and 1 club organised trip within 6 months, before paying any fees to gain membership. This gives you the opportunity of trying out the club for FREE without having to pay any annual fees up front until you have completed the above meetings and outings. You will then be invited to join the club.

How much will membership cost?
$30 joining fee plus an annual fee set each year.  It is currently $15 per person.  For this you will receive 2 van stickers, 2 name badges and a Club flag.

 What about meetings?
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, our regular meetings are subject to NSW Govt Restrictions. Normally, General Meetings are held at the Terrigal 50+ Leisure and Learning Centre, Corner Duffys Road and Terrigal Drive, Terrigal, on the 3rd Sunday of each month except December.  They start at 12.45 pm and are followed by afternoon tea and a chat. As the hall doors open at 11 am, most members usually bring their own (BYO) food and drinks.  To further protect each other, no sharing of food and drinks is allowed at present.

 What about trips?
At each meeting various members put details of proposed trips on the notice board. You can add your name to the list if you wish to attend, but should also let the leader of that particular trip know if you wish to cancel your booking. Trips vary greatly in the number of participants, the locations, whether touring or staying at one park, and the duration from a weekend to several months, but more commonly about one week.