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Nudist tourism mooted for Central Oz! (March, 2009)
« on: April 05, 2009, 10:33:37 pm »


Nudist tourism mooted for central Australia
Posted Tue Mar 31, 2009 9:00am AEDT

Old Ambalindum Homestead, 130 kilometres from Alice Springs, could soon be holiday hotspot for nudists. (

Map: Alice Springs 0870
 A nudist farm-stay in central Australia has moved one step closer to becoming a reality this week.

The head of Tourism Central Australia has confirmed a homestead, 130 kilometres east of Alice Springs, will be reserved for nudists during several months of the year.

The idea was raised last year by an anonymous phone call to the tourism body asking it to gauge the public's reaction.

Peter Grigg says the idea has been met with open arms and is well placed to be a very successful venture.

"There are a number of activities that we'll support, whether it's a nudist type venture or whether it's general type travel - bird watching, four-by-four [driving], bushwalking," he said.

"Sunburn might be one of the features we would need to address but we can do that."

Mr Grigg says he is excited by the possibilities.

"This will be I think a first ever in central Australia," he said.

"It will meet very much an international niche market as well as a domestic niche market. And where the opportunity is for outside of a nudist type activity, there will definitely be the allowance for the general public."

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Re: Nudist tourism mooted for Central Oz! (March, 2009)
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2009, 02:58:54 pm »
Brilliant find once again Danee.

Great to see such a positive news story with such mature attitudes to it all. Might have to add it to my list of places to visit :)