Uluru has an incredible amount to offer those who are interested in Australia’s rich history. The area is often overlooked by young travellers because it doesn’t have a great nightlife scene or appear to have much else to do. It is, however a great option for those who like hiking trails, incredible sunrises, indigenous art and Australian history.
Travellers to Uluru will likely find themselves staying at the main accomodation option – Ayres Rock Resort. The resort offers so much to travellers – introducing them to bush tucker, providing guided desert tours and even offering educational sessions based on the local area.
If you’re a nature enthusiast then this is definitely one for you – and if you’re a hiker, even more so! You’ll be in good company with many of the other hikers being over 50 too. You can opt to hike the whole trail which can take some prep work, or do smaller walking tracks and still see some incredible views, dense flora, lakes and plenty of animal spotting opportunities.
While there may be loads to do in the Margaret River region, we think a quiet week of wine tasting and incredible foodie experiences is perfect for travellers over 50. Find a quaint bed and breakfast with an in-room fire, head there in winter and enjoy a cosy slow week with not too much on the agenda.
This is an obvious choice for many over 50’s in Australia who take a well deserved extended break, buy or hire a camper van and take their time moseying around Australia’s most amazing natural wonders. If you’d rather take it in smaller bites there are heaps of stunning road trip options that won’t disappoint.
The Kimberley region spans the entire north-western corner of Australia and has such a variety of sights to offer. Start by cruising the pristine and untouched coast line – there are over 2,000 islands to see. Drive part way or the full ‘Gibb’ and take in breathtaking gorges, true Aussie outback stations and freshwater swimming holes.