Nomad News from November 2019

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motorhome in Kiama lighthouse accidentl

Motorhome cliffhanger has a happy(ish) ending!

Emergency crews helped rescue a dog after a Winnebago rolled down a hill and came to stop on rocks near the Kiama Lighthouse... Read more

Caravan rollover in Geelong

Two taken to hospital after car and caravan roll

Two people were taken to hospital after a four-wheel drive and a caravan rolled over at Geelong in Victoria. It is believed a... Read more

blue tree project

What are these blue trees in the Outback all about?

On remote Outback roads where rusted vehicle sculptures and fully clothed termite mounds are almost par for the course, it takes a lot... Read more

WA 4WD track

Adventurous 4WD’ing grey nomads … WA wants you!

Just a few weeks after plans for a massive new 4WD track in northern WA were unveiled, an equally ambitious off-road route is... Read more

Cockle Creek plans could see camping fees introduced

Cockle Creek upgrade (and camping fees) a step closer

The plan to upgrade visitor infrastructure at the Cockle Creek precinct within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area is moving ahead … and... Read more

Clarendon House in Tasmania in need of repair

Tassie’s crumbling heritage sites crying out for cash

For many grey nomads, learning all about Australia’s rich and rugged history is one of the highlights of the Big Lap. However, the... Read more

Deloraine RV rest stop

Informal RV rest stop looks set to win official approval

After 16 years of informal use, an RV rest stop in Tasmania is set to be given the official tick of approval. The... Read more

Grey nomads and riverside camping in Victoria

Victorian bill seeks to allow more riverside camping

A bill to be introduced to the Victorian Parliament today seeks to revise laws preventing people from camping on the banks of certain... Read more

Bushfire crisis

‘For heaven’s sake, stay away from bushland!’

With the bushfire crisis reaching unprecedented levels, grey nomads are urged to be on high alert and to exercise extreme caution. In New... Read more

Lest we forget

At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them

Grey nomads have joined thousands of people across the country to mark Remembrance Day. Around 3,000 people attended the ceremony at the Australian... Read more

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