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Grey nomads visit 90-Mile Beach in Gippsland

90-Mile Beach, Gippsland

Victoria’s Gippsland region, which stretches from Mel­bourne’s east all the way across to the New South Wales border, is rightly famed for its... Read more

Noreuil Park in Albury-Wodonga is a top spot for grey nomads

Albury-Wodonga

The twin towns of Albury and Wodonga may be separated by the Murray River and a state border but they share a rich... Read more

Ararat for grey nomads

Ararat

While the rugged sandstone mountain ranges of the Gram­pians National Park will always be the major drawcard for grey nomads exploring Victoria’s central... Read more

Sovereign Hill, Ballarat

Ballarat

If you’re into gold, rebellion and history – or even if you’d just like a nice place to relax, sample some local wine... Read more

Barmah attracts grey nomads in caravans

Barmah

While its headline act neighbour, Echuca, may get most of the general tourism attention, the small Murray River town of Barmah is quietly... Read more

Bright

The startlingly attractive town of Bright lies at the foothill of the Victorian Alps and can offer visitors a completely different experience, depending... Read more

Cobram attracts grey nomads

Cobram

The small Victorian town of Cobram has many things going for it, but it is its location right on the Mighty Murray which... Read more

Echuca

The Victorian city of Echuca and its twin town of Moama across the river in New South Wales sit proudly at the junction... Read more

LIttle Desert National Park

Edenhope

As increasing numbers of grey nomads seek to escape the hustle and bustle of the crowded coastal routes, inland towns such as tiny... Read more

Grampians for grey nomads

Grampians

The dramatic and beautiful landscape of Victoria’s Grampi­ans region has been luring grey nomads to visit ever since the caravan was first invented.... Read more

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08 Nov 2019

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