Nomad News from May 2019

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Quarantine inspection at WA border

Travellers still flouting WA quarantine regulations

Western Australia’s $8 billion agriculture industry is being put at risk by travellers attempting to bring potentially destructive organic produce into the state.... Read more

dingo attack on Fraser Island

Fraser Island dingo debate heats up after Easter attack

The repercussions from the Easter weekend dingo attack on a 14-month-old child are still being felt on Queensland’s Fraser Island. The incident, in... Read more

Grey nomads enjoy photography

Veteran grey nomads relish picture-perfect Big Lap

For grey nomad Don Featherstone and long-term travelling companion, Judy, the most enjoyable part of life on the road is simply being free... Read more

Bulahdelah free camping success

Free camp success paves way for new caravan park!

While it is commonly claimed that the popularity of free camping poses a threat to the viability of many caravan parks, there is... Read more

Caravan park theft leaves grey nomads shocked

Grey nomads’ ute stolen while they slept in caravan

Two Tasmanian grey nomads have had their Big Lap plans thrown into chaos after heartless thieves stole their car while they slept in... Read more

fruit and vegie store Innisfail

Roadside stores add fresh flavour to Big Lap odyssey

Many grey nomads love to make picking up fresh produce at a roadside fruit and veggie store and a chatting to the locals... Read more

Ettamogah Pub

Grey nomad favourite, the Ettamogah Pub, up for sale

It’s an iconic ‘must-stop’ spot for many grey nomads, but change is afoot at the original Ettamogah Pub near the New South Wales... Read more

Lake Callide no camping

Impact of ‘No Camping’ signs still felt two years on

The impact of a decision to erect ‘No Camping’ signs at Callide Dam near Biloela a few years ago is still being felt... Read more

grey nomads voting early

Grey nomads making most of early voting opportunity

Grey nomads who don’t know where they will be on election day are heavily represented in the record number of Australians who have... Read more

campervan accident

Police probe cause of fatal Tasmania campervan crash

The cause of a crash that claimed the life of a campervan driver in Tasmania on Sunday night is still being investigated. A 43-year-old... Read more

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