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Travel & Leisure

Information about holiday and travel options for seniors.

Mature travellers

You are never too old to travel and experience new places. Whilst you may need to take some extra time to make sure you're well prepared, age is not a barrier to travel. The articles below will help you prepare for your next local, national or international holiday.


Packing checklist for older people

Packing for a holiday can be stressful, even if the trip is exciting, so we’ve put together a helpful list of essentials to help get you started.

Packing checklist for older people

Living life on the road

Being able to travel around Australia visiting some of the most beautiful and pristine places the country has to offer is often a dream for many older Australians. Here are some of the things to consider if you've decided to live life on the road and become a grey nomad.

Living life on the road

Virtual trips from your couch

Visiting new places and viewing the natural wonders of the world has long been sought out by adventurers over many centuries. In times when you may are unable to physically travel around the world or visit your favourite museum, these innovative options can transport you to the other side of the world for free from the comfort of your own home.

Virtual trips from your couch

Travelling overseas later in life

It could be anything from a self-drive holiday to New Zealand, cruising around the Caribbean on a cruise liner, hiking to Machu Picchu in Peru, or joining a tour group to explore all Europe has to offer. Here are some things to consider if you've started thinking about and preparing for that next trip abroad.

Travelling overseas later in life

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