Forget sleepy coastal towns – increasing numbers of baby boomers are looking to retire to golfing estates, as Katie van Leeuwen discovers.
With grey divorce on the rise, single and solo travellers in their forties and over are becoming more common. Kahla Preston asks: is one really the loneliest number?
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.
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.
Traditional travel agencies can be declared dead as their loyal baby boomer customers look elsewhere, says Laura Parr.