Nomad News from June 2021

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kangaroo collision

Caravan rolls after hitting kangaroo in country WA

A car towing a caravan has rolled after hitting a kangaroo on a country road in WA’s Wildflower country. Police say there were... Read more

NT border patrolled

Border vigilance stepped up after Covid breaches

States and territories will be stepping up their presence on their borders after a number of travellers have been caught breaching Covid regulations.... Read more

Mouse plague affects campers

Mouse plague makes life challenging for campers

The New South Wales Government has announced another $100 million in funding to tackle the state’s shocking mouse plague. The rodent infestation has... Read more

Cassowaries being fed by tourists

Cassowaries put in danger by people feeding them

Some people are still insisting on feeding Australia’s wild creatures and it’s continuing to cause real problems … and not just with dingoes.... Read more

grey nomads fishing

‘We’re happy we shook off the shackles of suburbia’

Early last year, Paul and Lindy Ellis were sitting in their home of 35 years pondering what the future held for them when... Read more

Cape York attracts grey nomads

Cape York gearing up for massive traveller influx

Barring any Covid spread disasters, north Queensland is gearing up for a massive influx of grey nomads and other travellers over the coming... Read more

Ruins campground popular with grey nomads

National park campground set to get major upgrade

The New South Wales Government is to spend around $900,000 refurbishing the Ruins campground in the Booti Booti National Park, south of Forster.... Read more

Rapid Bay Campground may face closure

Campsite closure threat sparks massive backlash

The news that the future of a popular South Australian campground could be under threat has prompted a huge public backlash. The District... Read more

Grey nomads on remote roads

Victoria’s Covid outbreak puts new focus on tourists

With concern still growing over the Covid outbreak in Victoria, there is renewed awareness of the ease with which holidaymakers could inadvertently help... Read more

Pub with no beer, Ingham

The ‘Pub With No Beer’ looking for new owner

Another iconic Australian pub is on the market. Lee’s Hotel, the original ‘Pub With No Beer’ is being sold freehold for the first... Read more

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