Nomad News from September 2020

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WA grey nomads make hay while the sun shines

While various eastern states have been tinkering with their border controls in response to the changing Covid-19 situation, the position over in the... Read more

Aussie travel code

The signs are humorous … but it’s no laughing matter

As the traveller numbers in the Outback rise again, so too do the associated ‘problems’ … such as littering and trespassing. When the... Read more

South Australian border

Not quite ‘Big Lap as usual’ … but it’s edging closer!

There have been more encouraging signs for grey nomads dreaming of seeing a speedy return to ‘Big Lap as usual’. With the number... Read more

Colac Colac caravan park and grey nomads

Caravan parks in regional Victoria ‘busier than ever’

With travel restrictions finally lifted in regional Victoria, it seems that grey nomads and others are seizing the opportunity to enjoy their post-lockdown... Read more

The Mooloolaba Beach Caravan Park in around 1950.

$11m ocean walkway to be built on site of old van park

Any faint hope that what was one of Australia’s most iconic beachfront caravan parks might open once again to welcome grey nomads and... Read more

Saxophone playing grey nomad

‘Playing the saxophone made lockdown bearable!’

When Australia’s first round of travel restrictions were eased, full-time grey nomad Lisa Mora was thrilled that she could finally ‘escape’ three months... Read more

Mt August, bushwalkers, death, outback

Mt Augustus tragedies spark hiker safety warning

With the weather warming up and increasing numbers of grey nomads getting back out in the road, travellers are once again being warned... Read more

Grey nomads can travel in regional Victoria

Let’s go! Regional Victoria gets ready to travel again

After weeks of being restricted by a second lockdown, grey nomads ‘caught’ in regional Victorians are getting ready to hit the road again.... Read more

Grey nomads and great ocean road

How long before Victorian tourism bounces back?

While Covid-19 infections in Victoria continue to trend downwards, the damage the pandemic lockdowns have caused to the tourism industry in the state... Read more

The RV park at Proserpine will remain open

Free camp to stay despite caravan park complaints

The free camping site at Proserpine in Queensland has been extended for another year, despite coming under heavy fire from local caravan park... Read more

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