Now in its 8th year, the 2018 Murgon Music Muster is an annual event held over 6 days during the first week in November at the PCYC (Murgon Showgrounds) in the small rural town of Murgon in South-East Queensland and proudly run by the Rotary Club of Murgon.
Catering for Grey Nomads and day visitors, the 2018 Muster will include a wide variety of country music including one of Australia’s premier country music artists, Adam Harvey as the headlining act. Other Golden Guitar winners who will be performing over the weekend include multi-award winning Australian Balladeer and Songwriter, Graham Rodger and talented Singer/Songwriter and Story Teller Brad Butcher.
Adding to the entertainment includes the talented Johanna Hemara, Brendan Radford, Phoebe Jay, Heath Milner, Clarrie Weller, Chris & Viv.
Visit the Caravan Clubs of Qld at stand 506 in the R.I.C.C. - Lower Level
This year marks our 50th annual Queensland Caravan, Camping & Touring Supershow and we are delighted to announce that it will again be held at the Brisbane Showgrounds from 6 – 11 June. The Supershow will feature hundreds of exhibitors displaying all the latest products and services the Caravanning Industry has to offer including the very latest model caravans, motorhomes, campervans, camper trailers, off road recreational vehicles as well as 4WD’s plus all the accessories and camping equipment you’d ever need for a caravanning, camping or 4WD holiday adventure.
The Show will be jam-packed with information on tourism and holiday destinations all around Australia and an educational Seminar Program covering subjects such as towing, preparing for your big.
Caravanning Queensland renews free Safety Check Days in 2018
Caravanning Queensland together with the Department of Transport and Main Roads and Queensland Gas and Petroleum Inspectorate have again renewed their free Safety Check Days for a fourth year.
Weight checks are a real concern with many ‘vans and towing vehicles being overweight. They offer an exceptional educational (and reality) check for many folks who aren’t sure on their overall nor individual weight.
Caravanning Queensland CEO Ron Chapman has said that many thousands of the nearly 65,000 registered caravans and RVs take to Queensland roads every year, and safety should be of the utmost importance for all drivers.
“The Safety Check Days allow caravan and recreational vehicle owners to have their vehicles inspected, weighed and ensure that they meet Australian Design Rules and Road Safety.