Visiting vans boost the district
Most locals seeing the various forms of caravans and recreational vehicles in the area probably don’t think about the boost to our local economy. Bayside Caravan Club from the Redland Bay area visited Clifton over Australia Day and the weekend. Members joined with the local community for Australia Day celebrations at the F. E. Logan Hall and thoroughly enjoyed the breakfast and the whole morning. “A credit to a small community” were their words. One member of the club was thrilled to win the lucky door prize of a set of Boules (Bocce) and a rug.  She said they will be well used at future club rallies. The members also enjoyed dining out at hotels and a great movie night at the Tivoli Theatre. For fourteen vans which stayed for varying amounts of time, the occupants.
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AL-KO – Recall of 10″ Electric Braked Axles

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Manufacture date code on beam axles of 3716 & 3816 and on independent suspension 603879 & 603881.
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Goondiwindi is about to become the centre of the universe for carvanners
Goondiwindi will become the centre of the universe for Queensland caravan lovers later in the year, and you can help play host. From September 18-24, Goondiwindi is expecting an influx of more than 500 people in more than 250 vans who will converge on the Goondiwindi Showgrounds. They will be in town for the Caravan Clubs of Queensland 40th State Rally. Many long-standing members of the Caravan Clubs of Queensland (CCQ) will remember the good times had in Goondiwindi at the 31st State Caravan Rally back in 2006. The Caravan Clubs of Queensland committee visited in late 2016, meeting with council, P&A Society and the chamber. They were impressed with improvements made at the Showgrounds which now has double the number of showers and toilets, more undercover areas including a refurbished kitchen and dump.
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