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Loxton in South Australia is a great grey nomad destination

Loxton

Known as the ‘Garden Town of the Riverland’, Loxton has obvious appeal to grey nomads venturing into this magnificent part of South Australia.... Read more

Grey nomads visiting the Blue Lake, Mount Gambier

Mount Gambier

Strategically located 450 kilo­metres from both Adelaide and Melbourne, Mount Gambier is an obvious stopping-off point for on-the-move grey nomads. With a population... Read more

Murphys Haystacks in South Australia attracts grey nomads

Murphy’s Haystacks

While it may not have the same near mythical allure of Uluru or even Wave Rock, the hard rock formation known as Murphy’s... Read more

Pink Roadhouse, Oodnadatta Track

Oodnadatta Track

The Oodnadatta Track is one of the icons of unsealed road driving in Australia. Despite its remoteness and legendary status, the track can... Read more

Penola Royal Oak Hotel

Penola

The tourism authorities market the small, historic South Australian town of Penola as ‘a place to pause’ but they may well be doing... Read more

Port Lincoln for grey nomads

Port Lincoln

Port Lincoln is often referred to as the ‘Seafood Capital of Australia’ and, once you see its location on magnificent Boston Bay, it... Read more

Robe in OSouth Australia welcomes grey nomads with caravans and motorhomes

Robe

The scenic fishing port of Robe is a natural stopping point for grey nomads explor­ing South Australia’s magnifi­cent Limestone Coast. Situated on Guichen... Read more

Semaphore in South Australia

Semaphore

The Adelaide suburb of Semaphore is a seaside gem that is being increasingly discovered by grey nomads seeking the perfect base from which... Read more

Victor Harbor for grey nomads

Victor Harbor

Long before grey nomads began arriving at the South Australian town of Victor Harbor, the wonders of its turquoise waters and stunning views... Read more

Yorke Peninsula in South Australia

Yorke Peninsula

The spectacular Yorke Peninsula on Adelaide’s doorstep has long been a grey nomad magnet. Its 700 kilometre coastline offers sensational scenery, fantastic beaches,... Read more

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