Memo from the Boss. Hi All, please see below advice in relation to travel on Maralinga Tjarutja Lands. The easing of current lockdown restrictions for specific staff, contractors on Maralinga Tjarutja Lands including Oak Valley Community (MT lands) Current MTOV restrictions commenced 00:01 Tuesday 20th July 2021 for 14 days, ending midnight Monday 2nd August…Read More
In relation to this article: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-05-22/maralinga-nuclear-particles-more-reactive/100157478?utm_campaign=news-article-share-control&utm_content=link&utm_medium=content_shared&utm_source=abc_news_web Maralinga Tjarutja (MT) will look at the Monash University report and obtain its own scientific advice on it to see if it is saying anything new. MT has worked with the Commonwealth and MT’s own scientific advisers for the past 35 years in relation to the Plutonium left at…Read More
Again this has been contributed by Tom, a soldier serving at Maralinga during 1956/7. Attached is the photo I have of the buildings at Maralinga. The one at the bottom on the left looks to me to be the HQ building where the Commander, Colonel Dickie Durance had his office, as did all the staff officers, and…Read More
Many thanks Cliff Noble for this “piece of the tapestry that is Maralinga”. T During our recent tour, Robin mentioned that old photos would be welcome. Please find attached a photo of an AVRO Tudor aircraft (registered as G-AGRG) which was taken at Adelaide airport in the 1950s. These aircraft used to do charter runs…Read More
As of Monday 16th March 2020, all non-essential travel to Maralinga Tjarutja Lands / permit applications will not be approved.
Maralinga Tour season which opens on 1 April will be postponed until May 4th 2020. In this period, the tour season options will be reviewed and subject to status of COVID 19, possibly cancelled.
Discussions relating to COVID 19 are occurring regularly with State Government, Aboriginal Health Council SA, APY and the Oak Valley Health Service.
Hi all, I encourage you to review the Maralinga Tjarutja documentary to be screened on ABC at 7.40 pm on Sunday 24 May 2020.
This documentary is the true story as told by Anangu and will be screened prior to the 6 part mini-series – Operation Buffalo, which is scheduled to be screened on ABC the following Sunday and thereafter.
Important! The following information is taken from the Dept. of Defence Website. If you are planning a trip incorporating the Anne Beadell Hwy, this will affect you if you are planning to travel during the dates mentioned below. Cancellation of exclusion period – Amber Zone 2 – Corridor (including part of the Anne Beadell Highway)…Read More