About The Grey Nomads

If you are one of the growing army of grey nomads discovering, or hoping to discover, the joys of the open road in this wonderful country, then this site is for you. Whether you are a baby boomer travelling indefinitely, choosing to spend the winter months up north, or simply enjoying a few short trips a year, you are part of the growing grey nomad community in Australia. Whether you are travelling in a caravan, motorhome, campervan, camper trailer, fifth wheeler or a tent, this site is the place to read about people like yourselves … and about the issues affecting the grey nomad lifestyle in Australia.

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grey nomads and snakes

Grey nomads given tips on best way to stay safe from snakes

Avian and Reptile Specialist Lana Field advises grey nomads about the best way to deal with the presence of snakes on their Big...

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Nomad News

Feral cats noticed by grey nomads
19 Jan

Hi-tech attempt to deal with Outback feral cat problem

Veteran grey nomads will be all too aware of the growing problem that feral cats have become in many Outback areas. As hugely efficient predators, their effect on the natural environment and impact on native wildlife is dramatic. They are...

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Choosing a Rig

Second-hand or new?

Buying a new caravan, motorhome or whatever gives you a measure of reassurance that everything is going to work pretty much as it should do, although there are inevitably a few teething problems with many vehicles. Happily, these teething problems...

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Grey nomads in Tasmania

Jim & Noeleen (Tassie case study)

Veteran travellers Jim & Noeleen have just spent 10 weeks on the Apple Isle How much was the crossing? Our caravan and tow vehicle’s combined length is 14m. This cost us $2100 return on the ferry (pensioner rates), includ­ing an...

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