Nomad News from October 2020

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WA border restrictions ease

WA border restrictions to ease from mid-November

Western Australia will remove its hard border policy and move to a ‘controlled border’ arrangement from November 14. From that date, visitors from... Read more

Queensland border

Queensland to open border to NSW (except for Sydney)

Queensland will open its border to most of New South Wales from next Tuesday. However, those who live in Greater Sydney will still... Read more

Agricultural shows for grey nomads

‘No-show scarecrows’ set to lift community spirits

The Covid-19 pandemic has thrown a proverbial hand-grenade into the Australian way of life and one of the results has been the cancellation... Read more

NT border opened to grey nomads

Will grey nomads really stay north for the Wet?

When the Northern Territory finally opened up to grey nomads from most states, there was plenty of speculation that travellers would make up... Read more

cow eats snake on Sandover Highway

Expect the unexpected! Outback cow eats snake

Veteran grey nomads have learned to expect the unexpected as they travel Australia’s highways and byways but, just when you think you’ve seen... Read more

Grey nomads refused entry to Western Australia

Caravanners refused entry to WA despite having pass

The Western Australian borders remain firmly shut and it seems that even those with ‘exempt traveller’ status – including some returning grey nomads... Read more

Digital nomads heading for caravan parks

Rise of the ‘digital nomads’ set to shake up the Big Lap

With international travel firmly off the agenda for most Australians for the foreseeable future, entirely new groups of travellers are likely to discover... Read more

Camping on crown Land in Victoria

Major battle brews over Crown land camping plan

A battle is looming in Victoria over a state government plan to allow camping on almost 30,000 kilometres of Crown land with river... Read more

victoria records zero infections

Victoria’s double donut day sees border hopes surge

There is no doubt that Covid-19 is going to continue to cast a long shadow over Australian life for many months to come,... Read more

Selling up to travel full-time

‘We picked a bad time to sell up and travel full-time!’

When John and Heather Walker sold their property on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast to travel full-time in a motorhome, they knew they were in... Read more

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