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Adelaide as a grey nomad destination


Call it what you will … the fes­tival city, the city of churches … Adelaide is a much anticipated destination on most Big... Read more

There are some great wines to try at cellar doors throughout the Valley

Barossa Valley

The Barossa Valley is probably one of the most evocative places in Australia. The mere mention of its name conjures up images of... Read more

Birdsville Track, South Australia

Birdsville Track

The Birdsville Track is arguably the most iconic dirt road in Australia. Whereas once, its reputation as a heavily corrugated rig-wrecker deterred all... Read more

Grey nomads at Ceduna


The South Australian town of Ceduna is famed to grey nomads, of course, as either the beginning or the end of a Nullarbor... Read more

Grey nomads in Coober Pedy

Coober Pedy

If part of the reason grey nomads hit the open road is to learn about their country and to experience the very different... Read more

Cook a great destination for grey nomads


Veteran grey nomads often scoff at those novices who declare a trip across the Nullarbor to be little more than a featureless ‘ordeal’... Read more

Cowell foreshore


South Australia’s Eyre peninsula is invariably one of the highlights of a grey nomad trip … and sensational little townships like Cowell are... Read more

Lipson Cove is a scenic free camp on the Eyre Peninsula

Eyre Peninsula

Most grey nomads doing the ‘Big One’ visit the Eyre Peninsula before heading west across the Nullarbor or on their way east having... Read more

Farina ruins


For one of Australia’s most famous ghost towns, Farina – deep in the South Australian Outback – can be a surprisingly ‘busy’ place.... Read more

Flinders Ranges

The fabulous Flinders is often portrayed as the gateway to the Outback and that’s exactly what it is. Situated only 160 kilometres or... Read more

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