Article submitted by Amy Simon, contributing writer to www.SeniorsResourceGuide.com
Are you a RVing 55'er and/or older looking to expand your sense of adventure and travel? The Australian Outback may be your next destination. While there is plenty to see and do RVing around the U.S. for some broader horizons on another continent fulfill dreams beyond imagination.
Imagine yourself face to face with a Kangaroo or an Emu and her chicks. How about experiencing an Aboriginal Dreamtime while visiting Uluru also known as Ayers Rock one of the worlds largest monoliths. Do you like to meet friendly country folk, would like to learn how to play bowls with other seniors who would be glad to teach you? Maybe spending a few years on a beach sounds nice too, whatever dream you might want to fulfill the Outback has it, Outback Australia that is.
The Land Down Under is chock full of unusual and interesting places to stay and see by RV. Australia offers affordable packages for those wanting to join up with their own unique RV travelers referred to as the "Grey Nomads." Expand your network of RVers to the Grey Nomads of Australia a society of people 55 and older who sell their homes buy an RV and equip it with the latest technology including laptops, mobile phones, GPS systems and Satellite dishes to name a few. Grey Nomads are of the baby boomer generation just like in the U.S., that seeks to explore there own country by road.
Many Grey Nomads like it so well and enjoy the network of friends; they will stay on the road living the nomadic life alongside others with the same interest for as much as three years some even longer. Amazingly, "Australia's Caravan Industry figures indicate that as many as 70,000 to 80,000 people are doing a round Australia tour each year and 70 percent of them are retirees." (Greynomad.com)
Perhaps you would enjoy traveling around the whole of Australia and get to know the Grey Nomads, become one of them? There are numerous possibilities including traveling the Nullabor Plain, driving up through the Red Centre, the real outback, or along the east and west coastlines. A Grey Nomad favorite is 80 Mile Beach near Broome, Western Australia. From city to city and RV stop to RV stop your sure to find a world of adventure and spectacular sites only seen in Australia.
To find out more about Australia's Grey Nomads, RVing in Australia or general travel refer to the websites listed below.
Grey Nomads Website