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South Australian town of Kimba dumping the tourism industry, in favour of nuclear waste dumping?

Paul Waldon Fight To Stop A Nuclear Waste Dump In South Australia– 8 Oct 20 

“KIMBA.” A name of aboriginal origin meaning “Brush Fire.” A town 1,700 kilometers west of ANSTO, Lucas Heights.
A commercial centre where an uninformed dichotomy are prepared to embrace radioactive waste to the detriment of family, friends and neighbours. Waste that will forever overshadow the region once held as a poster child for its cereal, sheep and cattle production in a clean and green environment.
Kimba features include the Gawler Ranges, Whites Knob and a big galah outside the “Halfway Across Australia Gem Shop,” aka a tourist information center. Hey, but don’t let that hang you up, the same information can be acquired at the Adelaide central market.
Unfortunately the Gawler Ranges Wilderness Safaris maybe a casualty with a loss of clientele as other businesses may too, but take solace and remember the town will still have forever radioactive waste to worship and any views of the ranges or views from the knob can be seen on the computer back in the safety of the big smoke.

October 8, 2020 - Posted by | General News

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