RV Friendlies & Events

Featured RV Friendly Events

NSW
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Minerama

Minerama Fossicking, Gem & Jewellery Show in Glen Innes is NSW’s largest annual gem and jewellery show, attracting visitors and dealers from all over Australia. Held every year on the 2nd weekend in March, Minerama is perfect for all gem and jewellery lovers, rockhounds and outdoor adventurers.
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Barellan Masters Games

The idea of Barellan Masters Games started after the success of the Barellan Centenary back in 2009. We thought we needed an annual event that brought people into the town that would not only encourage the 'older' generation to get active and involved but also inject some funds into some of the infrastructure around the town. It was also a good opportunity to show off our little town; we may be small in size but we have big aspirations!
NSW
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Australian Celtic Festival

Every year crowds descend on Glen Innes (population 9000) for the Australian Celtic Festival. They are attracted by the unique Celtic experience, the opportunity to meet with friends and to enjoy famous country hospitality. The Festival attracts clans, cultural groups, dancers and performers from around the world. Visitors experience Celtic music and dance at four stages at the Festival’s main venue, the Australian Standing Stones, and in many venues around town.

Featured RV Friendly Towns & Destinations

NEW SOUTH WALES
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Mathoura Bowling Club, Mathoura - NSW RVFD

Mathoura is a small town in the Riverina region of NSW 768 kilometres south-west of Sydney 25 kilometres south of Deniliquin and 40 kilometres north of Echuca. The town is a popular destination for travellers visitin
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
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Angaston Hotel - SA RVFD

Angaston is located in the heart of the Barossa Valley 77 kilometres north-east of Adelaide. The historical village is one of the oldest in the region. It is a popular destination boasting rich heritage quality food
QUEENSLAND
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Gympie - QLD RVFT

The City of Gympie is located on the Bruce Highway 170 kilometres north of Brisbane. Gympie became known as the town that saved Queensland with the discovery of gold in 1867. At the time the state of Queensland was s