Nomad News from November 2019

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Urunga camping

You have been warned! Free campers not welcome

The authorities have made good on their threat to crack down on camping along the Atherton Drive foreshore at Urunga south of Coffs... Read more

Harrington bushfire

Deadly bushfires continue to rage in numerous areas

Two people are dead as multiple bushfires continue to rage across great swathes of New South Wales and Queensland. With some highways closed,... Read more

Uluru fee increases

Cost of visiting Uluru to rise by a whopping 52%

Hot on the heels of the closure of the Uluru climb, Parks Australia has announced that the cost of entering Uluru-Kata Tjuta National... Read more

Kangaroos eating toilet paper

‘It wasn’t us! It’s the roos in the loos what dunnit’

Having long been accused of stealing toilet paper from remote amenities blocks across Australia, the grey nomads may have finally been cleared of... Read more

Australian national parks changing character

Will commercialisation put our national parks in peril?

Australia’s national parks could be about to change forever as pressure grows for more commercial activities to be allowed inside. Across the country,... Read more

Erwin Hymer Group and self-driving RV

Look, no hands! Driverless RV is closer than you think

For grey nomads who find long hours of Outback driving stressful and exhausting, or those who would simply prefer to look around at... Read more

Outback road signs safety warning

‘Fallen down roadworks signs putting lives at risk’

Calls have been made for urgent overhaul of safety around roadworks on Outback roads with trucking groups say the highways are littered with... Read more

Kearney's Falls at Goldsborough

Two campers killed after falling down waterfall

Two young campers have died after apparently falling down a waterfall in far north Queensland. The bodies found at the bottom of Kearney’s... Read more

Grey nomads paying higher tolls

No turning back: ‘Costly’ new toll policy here to stay!

Many grey nomads have reacted with anger to the news that changes to the system mean their caravans and motorhomes may well now... Read more

Poor welcome for grey nomads heading to Tasmania

‘Hooray, we’re in Tasmania …. oh dear, is this it?’

Once they’ve decided to splash out and take a trip across the Bass Strait, most grey nomads are very, very excited to finally... Read more

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