Mawley Holiday Park is nestled in a sheltered, peaceful park-like setting on the banks of the Waipoua River. Fully-refurbished in 2012, Mawley Holiday Park offers campers like us powered caravan sites, and modern ablution blocks with en-suite shower, toilet and hand basin in each unit. And the park is just a short walk away from the beautiful QEII Park, with it’s adventure playground, heated indoor and outdoor pool complex with hydro-slide, skate park, museums, and mini golf.
This is our AGM Rally, and although a little robust at times, the AGM went off without a hitch. The new committee is a mixture of old and new, with some committee members staying on for another term, with a couple of newer members voted in too. They will all work together to ensure another year of caravan club rallies at interesting sites. President Derek welcomed two new members into the club, it’s great to have you, Sandy and Bea.
With the AGM done and dusted, some went off to visit the shops, while others stayed around camp visiting with fellow members. Now what is this group doing? Looks like they are having a secret meeting all squashed inside Selwyn and Kath’s new porch awning. I’ve no idea what it was all about, as they didn’t invite me to the meeting!
The all important 4zees took place at, you’ve guessed it, 4pm. We had a visit from Harry, a member of the Wairarapa Caravan Club, who popped in to welcome us to his little patch of paradise, and catch up with our news. Later on some went out for the evening meal, some stayed back in camp and self catered, and we all got together in the evening. We are fortunate to have the use of the TV room for our AGM meeting and to socialise in the evenings.