RADIOACTIVE EXPOSURE TOUR 2018
If you would like to register your interest in taking part in the 2018 Radioactive Exposure Tour, please complete this form and we will be in touch please not that filling out a registration form does not secure you a place on the tour.:
The Radioactive Exposure Tour is a journey through Australia's nuclear landscape. The Tour has exposed thousands of people to the realities of 'radioactive racism' and the environmental and social impacts of uranium mining, radioactive waste and nuclear bomb testing.
Run by Friends of the Earth, this year's Tour will take place from Friday 30th March to Sunday 8th April, 2018
In 2015 we travelled to NSW to investigate a push for uranium exploration. This year we will visit communities in Kimba and the Flinders Ranges in South Australia, who are stopping a radioactive waste dumps on their land.
The Tour will visit BHP Billiton's Olympic Dam uranium mine at Roxby Downs, the largest uranium deposit in the world. The mine is a longstanding environmental and social disaster.
Participants get to experience consensus decision making, desert camping and vegetarian cooking in affinity groups while travelling to some of the most beautiful and ecologically significant environments in Australia. If you're interested in learning about the industry or anti-nuclear campaigning, the "Rad Tour" is an essential start or refresher.
The costs are: concession $600 − waged $800 − solidarity $1000.
The Radioactive Exposure Tour is a drug and alcohol free event. Kids are welcome. Dogs need to stay at home. Tour Vehicles only.If you would like to register your interest in taking part in the 2018 Radioactive Exposure Tour, please complete this form and we will be in touch please not that filling out a registration form does not secure you a place on the tour.:
* Friends of the Earth www.foe.org.au/anti-nuclear
* Australian Nuclear Map australianmap.net
* Australian Nuclear Free Alliance www.anfa.org.au
* Beyond Nuclear Initiative beyondnuclearinitiative.com