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Tourists ignore road closure sign

Monday 13 February 2017 | Published in Local

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Tourists ignore road closure sign
Top Image: Two tourists walk up the road after concealing their scooter behind a power sub-station. These three also ignored warning signs and motored on up the road on their scooters. 17021251/17021250

It seems it takes much more than stories in CI News, warnings from landowners, road barriers and a large sign saying “Waterfall road closed, stop,” to dissuade tourists from venturing up the toll road to Papua (Wigmores) waterfall.

It seems it takes much more than stories in CI News, warnings from landowners, road barriers and a large sign saying “Waterfall road closed, stop,” to dissuade tourists from venturing up the toll road to Papua (Wigmores) waterfall.


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