12 Favorite Grey Nomad Destinations in Australia
  1. Canberra (Australian Capital Territory)

Canberra is a perfect nomad destination especially with its excellent museums, art galleries, exhibitions, and festivals. They also have a great balance of urban and rural locales giving individuals a variety of leisure activities to choose from.

  1. Blue Mountains (New South Wales)

One of the most visited places in Australia, Blue Mountains provide their guests with spectacular sandstone cliffs, deep gorges, stunning bushwalks, amazing wildflow­ers, varied wildlife, and historic towns.

  1. Broken Hill (New South Wales)

You can find the Living Desert in Broken Hill which has an amazing Sculpture Symposium and is also home to a rich array of flora and fauna and hosts some su­perb walking trails and paths.

  1. Central Coast (New South Wales)

You will find a plethora of beautiful beaches, incredible national parks, gorgeous lakes and some truly fascinating towns when you visit the Central Coasts in New South Wales. This along with their beautiful coastal towns and villages makes it a great place to visit.

  1. Alice Springs (Northern Territory)

Alice Springs is surrounded by magnificent red desert giving that warm and colorful feel. The periods May to September are ideal time to visit with its cloudless skies and cold nocturnal evenings.

  1. Litchfield National Park (Northern Territory)

The wonderful group of spring-fed waterfalls is one of the major attractions of Litchfield National Park. This gives visitors a variety of locales to choose from when planning on visiting their waterfalls.

  1. Birdsville (Queensland)

If you prefer a stay in a much quieter ambience and setting, Birdsville provides the right amount of remoteness while at the same time is well equipped with establishments such as mechanics, restau­rants, art galleries, a general store, a post office and a medi­cal clinic.

  1. Blackall (Queensland)

Blackall has an impressive collection of heritage buildings and tree-lined streets which is also a part of the grassy ecosystem of the Mitchell Grass Downs.

  1. Eyre Peninsula (South Australia)

You will find several remote areas in Eyre Peninsula which makes a great place for nomads to unwind and relax. They also have several nice free camping spots and superb beaches to visit.

  1. Kangaroo Island (South Australia)

Kangaroo Island is filled with wildlife, white sandy beaches and natural wonders which are a perfect combination to those who want to experience nature in its truest form.

  1. Caves Road (Western Australia)

A perfect spot for nomads to camp can be found at the Caves Road with its spectacular beaches, rugged coastline, amazing caves, fantastic little towns, great wineries and moderate weather.

  1. Edenhope (Victoria)

Edenhope is abundant in plant and animal life. Nomads will find a great spot to try fly-fishing for redfin and trout with their lakes.

Consider living a life as a grey nomad once you reached your desired age. Of course, this endeavor will require a fair amount of resources and it is ideal to start saving and investing early. Self managed super funds (SMSF) can be a blessing in disguise to those who want to save effectively.


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