Nomad News from 2011

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‘Marine creature’ kills fisherman

A fisherman who was killed by a marine creature in far north Queensland was probably the victim of a crocodile attack. The body... Read more

No power to the people at Leyburn

It seems that the irresponsible and selfish actions of a few have once again had a negative effect on the travelling experiences of... Read more

Parks authorities lose their bottle

With some of our more popular national parks becoming ever more ‘civilised’ and ‘commercial’ it is interesting to speculate on where it might... Read more

Grampians on the ‘road’ to recovery

One of Victoria’s most popular grey nomad destinations, the Grampians, is now fully open again following the devastating floods there at the start... Read more

Overhaul for van park ravaged by floods

A caravan park totally devastated by floods in Victoria earlier this year is to be completely re-built. The $4.1 million redevelopment of Bridgewater’s... Read more

Deadly floods cause chaos in inland NSW

Heavy rain has caused havoc in north western New South Wales, throwing the travel plans of many into chaos. The State Emergency Service... Read more

Firefighters battle to control blaze

Bushfires are continuing to burn in Western Australia’s southwest, threatening homes and lives. Around the grey nomad mecca of Margaret River, a blaze... Read more

Decision to keep campers in the dark under fire

Authorities in South Australia’s Eyre peninsula have been criticised for not warning campers in Gawler Ranges National Park that a burn-off had got... Read more

Karijini tragedy prompts questions

No extra safety measures have allegedly been put in place at the spot in a Western Australian national park where a man fell... Read more

Celebrate good times

The forum attached to this website has just reached another important milestone … first reaching and then surpassing the 3,000 membership mark. It... Read more

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