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The number of baby boomers travelling domestically has dramatically increased, with campervan registrations up 21 per cent since 2007. Yvette De Stoop reports.
A former QANTAS chief executive suggests Australian airlines should implement a surcharge for passengers carrying a bit of extra “baggage.” Alice Orszulok reports.
This summer marks the start of the biggest cruise ship season on record in Australia, but are we equipped with the infrastructure to deal with the trend? Laura Parr reports.
With Indonesia being a preferred destination for Australian Baby Boomers, multiple cases of the avian flu being contracted by humans this year is a worry for travellers. Joanna Letner reports.
As boomers reach retirement age, the tourism industry will need to adapt to meet their needs, according to a leading figure in accessible travel. Kahla Preston reports.
Not content to stay in one place, many baby boomers are taking career ‘gap years’. Yet not all employers are in favour of the trend. Alice Orszulok reports.
Sleeping under the stars is a hobby shared by many baby boomers. Now, this demographic’s love of camping is driving an increase in domestic travel, as Kahla Preston reports.
Boomers travelling to Asian countries, get booking! As Jay Pandya reports, with the year quickly coming to a close, the costs of flights are set to fly.
As Katie Van Leeuwen finds out, the dream of having a golf course as your backyard is an evolving trend for retiring Australian baby boomers.