If you wish to attend
please add your name in the
comply with the NSW Government Health Covid19 safely
please observe covid19 safety standards
if you have any covid19
symptoms you should stay at home
please practice good hand hygiene
maintain a distance of 1.5 metres from anyone you donít
please bring your own nibbles to happy hour instead
of the usual shared plate
e-mail will be sent to the address you have registered
your interest on the form two weeks before the meet.
Please reply to confirm your attendance.
YOUR HOST for
the weekend will be Rob & Carol Sanderson.
Williams River Holiday Park, Durham St, Clarence Town just north of Newcastle.
WHEN. On the weekend of Saturday
10th to Sunday 11th July 2021.
CAMPING. We will be camping in a well grassed open
area just below the amenities on the banks of the Williams River.
GETTING THERE. Clarence Town is approx 30 kilometres west of
Raymond Terrace. If coming from the south exit off the Pacific Highway into Raymond Terrace at the Heatherbrae roundabout. On the north
side of Raymond Terrace turn west into William Bailey Street at MacDonalds & follow
the road through Seaham & onto Clarence Town. Stay on the main road when you
enter Clarence Town & turn right into Duke Street at the Stroud & caravan park
sign. The entrance to the caravan park is adjacent to the sharp left corner
before the bridge.
MAKING ARRANGEMENTS. Please
book with the Williams River Holiday Park on 02 4996 4231 letting them know
you are with the CamperTrailers Group then add your name to the form provided. The address of the form can be found in the Australian
CamperTrailers forum in the Upcoming Events section or in the
CamperTrailers Facebook Group by typing 'Clarence Town' into the search this group
$25 a site per night.
are no powered sites available in the area we are camping in..
drinking water available via taps around the camping area.
CAMPFIRES. All fires must be lit
in drums off the ground.
FIREWOOD. Please bring along some firewood or it can be purchased
at $15 a bag.
toilets & hot showers available. Children under 18 must be accompanied by an
DOGS. Pets must be under your control at all times, on
a lead & droppings removed.
THINGS TO DO.
Please bring your nibbles, drinks & chairs to the middle of the campsite for a
Saturday afternoon happy hour at 3.00pm.
There are no special events planned, we
hope to just let the weekend unfold. It is always great to just relax & sit around
the campfire chatting with
old acquaintances you have met at previous group weekends or meet new
friends. Always of interest is seeing what others have done to
modify their camper trailers or new camping equipment they have bought.
Suggestions for weekend
The Williams River is excellent for
paddling the canoe or kayak. There are three wharves & a boat ramp.
It is only 20km to Dungog & a further 33km
to Chichester State Forest with waterfalls & forest drives. The
road from Gloucester to the Barrington Plateau is closed due to a land slip.
You do not need a camper trailer to attend.
Members without a camper are more than welcome to attend & get a first hand
unbiased opinion of a particular camper trailer from their owners. Come along &
meet the faces behind the typing.
You are also very welcome to drop in for
the day as it's only an hour from Newcastle. Don't forget your camping chair & a few snags for the barbie.
Please keep in mind that the group
owners will not accept any responsibility for members & non-members actions
during the weekend get together. If you decide to attend, it is solely at
your own responsibility, including any side trips or outings over the weekend.
Australian CamperTrailers Group co-owners
Rob, Kevin & Jason