What is it?
The RV Friendly Town™ program is a Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia Limited initiative aimed at assisting recreational vehicle consumers as they journey throughout our country.
An RV Friendly Town™ is one that has met a set of guidelines to ensure they provide a certain amount of amenities, and a certain level of services for these travellers. When RV tourists enter a town displaying the RV Friendly Town™ sign, they know they will be welcome, that certain services will be provided for them that may not be available in other centres, and they will have access to a safe place to stay overnight, and possibly for a longer period.
CMCA will also offer the council 2 x 600mm x 690mm roadside ‘RV Friendly’ signs free of charge. These signs will display the abbreviated ‘RV’ symbol, followed by the words ‘Friendly Town™’.
What are the benefits?
How does a town qualify?
Before any town can be appointed to the program, there is a set of guidelines that must be met, which includes:
We also look at the general attitude of the council and the business people. After all, it is called the RV ‘Friendly’ Town program. These programs offer town business owners the opportunity to be innovative in meeting the needs of RV tourists, while at the same time growing their businesses.
Here you can download the RV Friendly Town information sheet
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