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Tag along on Rotary caravan trip

Carol and Geoff Price, of the Tweed Heads South Rotary Club, are looking for interested caravan enthusiasts to join an upcoming tour.
Carol and Geoff Price, of the Tweed Heads South Rotary Club, are looking for interested caravan enthusiasts to join an upcoming tour.

THE Rotary Club of Tweed Heads South is hosting a tag-along caravan and camping tour and they're looking for interested vanners to join in.

The tour will run for eight days from Saturday, September 29 to Saturday, October 6.

Geoff Price, of the Tweed Heads South Rotary Club, said the tour offered the chance to travel with the security of numbers.

"We have travelled the route and met with the local clubs and they are keen to make us welcome," Mr Price said.

"Their knowledge also will be helpful in ensuring we get to see what each town has to offer."

The tour will span 1900km starting in Tweed Heads South and going through towns such as Warwick, Stanthorpe, Lightning Ridge, Goondiwindi and finishing in Toowoomba before returning home.

Mr Price said all travels would be on good roads, so four-wheel-drives were not necessary.

Local Rotary clubs will cater for meals for fellowship and to help raise funds for their club, with breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

Tours, camping fees and attractions are also covered in the price of $1650 for two people.

All you need is a caravan, motor home, camper trailer or tent.

For more information or to book, contact Geoff Price 0432 245 252 or Don Neale 0418 157 982.

Topics:  caravan



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