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Happy New Year!

Best wishes to all grey nomads for a happy, adventurous and fun-filled New Year. We hope that 2012 will see you fulfill at... Read more

Council decides to give region a rest

Amid growing concern that grey nomads are bypassing the Queensland town of Bundaberg due to a lack of cheap camping areas, a new... Read more

A short walk in the park for Fitzgerald River NP

Plans to build a full walk trail in Western Australia’s Fitzgerald River National Park have been rejected. Instead, two short distance walk trails... Read more

Campers prepare for Big Itch

It’s mozzie misery season in the south and grey nomads are being warned to cover up. While it’s bad enough when the buzzing... Read more

Happy Christmas to all grey nomads!

Whether you are still out on the road or have parked up for a while to spend time with family, we hope you... Read more

Grey nomads lead way in tourism resurgence

The ever reliable grey nomads are playing a major role in what is being described as something of a domestic tourism resurgence. New... Read more

A new national park … too little too late

North Stradbroke Island in Queensland has been declared a national park. As we reported last week, the the government is anxious to map... Read more

New future for Stradbroke when sands of mine stop

North Stradbroke Island near Brisbane could become a mecca for grey nomads when sand mining operations are phased out there, largely by 2019.... Read more

Rangers asked to take on the toilets

Grey nomads and other campers are being warned that budget cuts could mean toilets are not cleaned in some New South Wales national... Read more

Tassie free-for-all threatens tourism

The growing backlash against proposals to stop Tasmanian councils from operating free and cut-price campsites appears to have the authorities running scared. With... Read more

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