History of the Club

This Club was formed indirectly as the result of an open day at the 8th National Rally of the NSW Association of Caravan Clubs held at Maitland in 1993.

The first meeting was held on 21 March 1993 at the home of Keith Poole on the banks of the Wyong River. The new club was initially called “The Central Coast Caravan Club”. However, in September 1993 the club was incorporated changing its name to the “Central Coast Caravaners Inc.”. Over the next 27 years the club held its monthly meetings in various halls located within the Gosford region at Wyoming, East Gosford and now Terrigal.

This club differs from many others in that we have a general meeting for the first 11 months of a year with a high attendance.

Members organise caravan trips throughout the year, and many social events are held as well. This gives members that are unable to travel as often as they might like, an alternative to spend time with their fellow members.

2008 was the 15th anniversary of the beginning of the Club and it was celebrated with a birthday “Get Together” which formed part of the 2008 State Rally at Narrabeen. Ten years later over 90 members celebrated 25 years of club trips and social activities together at Anna Bay.