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Apple Islanders

Formed in 2000, the Apple Islanders are the oldest Auswide Branch in Tasmania and are based in Hobart.
If you are interested in finding out what we are about then please come and join one of our monthly rallies, usually held on the second weekend of the month. Meet us and find out more. There is no obligation to join.

We visit a range of venues across Tasmania. There are bush and beach camps especially during the warmer months and sites with a hall or similar facility during the cooler months.

Activities at rallies are designed to provide something for all members, with the emphasis on fun and relaxation.
In 2014 we held our first "safari", staying at 5 sites over 6 nights.

We are not a large club which helps to keep that friendly feeling. Attendance at rallies (which is optional) varies from around 20 vans down to half a dozen in Winter when many of our members are enjoying mainland travels.

For more information contact
Branch President Sue Weeding on 0407 637 248   Email:
or Secretary: Lyn Ellings (Ian) on 0438 430 409,     Email:

Our upcoming rallies are:

16-18 OCTOBER - Rivers Edge Camping Ground,
1322 Lonnavale Rd,'Lonnavale. Turn left at Judbury onto Lonnavale Rd. travel for 15 klm crossing the Russell River Bridge, then turn right to travel 6.5klms to the campsite.
Camp kitchen, great amenities block, lovely walks. Please bring a bag of dry firewood. You may also purchase bags of firewood.
Costs: $14 pppn (non powered), if you require a powered site that will be another $8 per night. Mere detasils to follow. Hosts to be advised.

13-15 NOVEMBER - Lex Clark property,
130 Hamilton Road, New Norfolk.
Travel over the New Norfolk Bridge, turn left, Travel for 1.6kms. Property is on your left just before the rail crossing and alongside the Derwent River.
Bush camp, large flat area, toilets, Water, BBQ, fireplaces, shelter, pets ok.
Please bring a bag of dry firewood. More details to follow.

December 4th to 6th CHRISTMAS RALLY More Details to follow.

Photos from the Apple Islanders

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