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Teewah Beach becomes a toilet and full of litter

Litter turns beauty spots into ‘must-avoid’ areas

The problem of littering at Australia’s campsites and rest areas is one which is continuing to grow as traveller numbers climb. With many... Read more

Lucky escape for drivers as train and 4WD collide

A Northern Territory driver had an incredibly lucky escape after his 4WD become stuck on a railway track and was crushed by a... Read more

New Grey Nomad Times is out on the cyber streets

When the highway bypass opened, Bulahdelah in New South Wales could have become a ghost town, instead it became a bustling grey nomad... Read more

Outback Way gets funding boost to lure grey nomads

Iconic Outback route is given new funding boost

The iconic Outback Way route which links Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland is to become more accessible to larger numbers of... Read more

Grey nomad campervan is electric powered

Electric grey nomads get set for fuel-free Big Lap

Have solar panels, will travel! The dream of the petrol/diesel free Big Lap has moved one step closer with the unveiling of what... Read more

Grey nomads told to leave Karijini as bushfire rages

WA’s Karijini fire burning on eight-kilometre front

A major fire near the popular grey nomad destination of Karijini National Park has prompted authorities to tell residents and tourists to leave... Read more

Grey nomads may have to book ahead to stop at roadside stops

Booking system proposed for crowded rest areas

As Australia’s highways grow ever more busy, the pressure on many of the country’s roadside rest areas is apparently reaching crisis point. The... Read more

Greynomads to stay underwater

‘Future grey nomads will venture beneath the sea’

Good news for all grey nomads worried that, after another few years of travelling around Australia, they will have seen all there is... Read more

Naming Australia's worst stretches of road

Naming and shaming our worst stretches of road

It may be a destination much loved by grey nomads and other travellers, but the appeal of Coffs Harbour is certainly nothing to... Read more

Will Red Centre ‘boneyard’ help to land more tourists?

A new tourist attraction – or at least a point of interest – is slowly developing in Australia’s Red Centre. More old planes... Read more

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