The amazing Radioactive Exposure Tour is on again! Join Friends of the Earth for a journey to South Australia, May 15-24
Join Friends of the Earth for a journey to South Australia where we will visit the Olympic Dam uranium mine at Roxby Downs, the beautiful Lake Eyre and Mound Springs and meet with Aboriginal people campaigning against the nuclear industry. Indigenous people across the world suffer most directly from the impacts of the nuclear industry and this 'radioactive racism' is a major focus of the tour.
We will also visit the beautiful Gammon Ranges and Arkaroola, the not-so-beautiful Beverley uranium mine, and much else besides.
The tour offers a unique opportunity to go out on to country and witness the impacts of the nuclear industry on people and the environment. We are particularly keen for you to come along if you are involved, or are considering getting involved, in anti-nuclear campaigning.
Total cost of the tour will include travel, accommodation and organic vegetarian food plus paying the rent to Aboriginal communities. Tentative prices (subject to change) are $450 concession, $750 waged and $1,000 solidarity.
Kasey Sparks, <email@example.com>, 0425 862834
Steve Holdsworth <firstname.lastname@example.org> 0430 354887
For information on previous tours, check here.