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Don’t give me a home among the gum trees

The dangers gum trees pose to campers, picnickers and general members of the public has once again been brought into the spotlight following... Read more

Mississippi motorhomer gets that sinking feeling

Here’s a cautionary tale for anyone who has ever jumped out of the rig in a hurry … and then wondered if they... Read more

Will visitors desert the desert if it dries up?

The fact that travellers no longer need the services of the Cooper Creek ferry to negotiate the Birdsville Track is a sure sign... Read more

Beachgoers on alert following shark attack

A third shark attack in as many weeks along Australia’s east coast has got a few summer swimmers a little nervous … including... Read more

Extreme weather keeps travellers on their toes

Extreme weather helped to make it an Australia Day to remember for grey nomads on both the east and west coast. While Perth... Read more

Tourism venture to take flight at Uluru

Hot air balloon flights that will allow tourists to view Uluru from above are to take to the sky in March. Such flights... Read more

A slippery slope to van park shortage

Move over caravan parks, the water slides are on the march! Fraser Coast Regional Council deputy mayor David Dalgleish has shocked many by... Read more

Council considers new camp to lure visitors

Plans to allow camping at Lake Canobolas near Orange in New South Wales that have been mothballed since 2006 could finally be about... Read more

Back on track for floods of travellers

It’s been a long, long road but the flood-ravaged Birdsville Track is finally about to fully re-open. After six months of being forced... Read more

Highway horror sparks calls for urgent upgrades

The latest tragic deaths on the Pacific Highway have once again brought about pledges of significant spending and speedy action from politicians at... Read more

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