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Blonde nature girl seen in desert
Title : Blonde nature girl seen in desert Blonde nature girl seen in desert
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Source : Australian, 29 December 1971, p. 1
Date of creation : 1971
Format : Newspaper
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Description :

The 'Nullarbor Nymph' was a scantily clad young woman who was sighted on several occasions in the desert near Eucla, on the Nullarbor Plain. She was thought to be living in the wild and caused quite a sensation.

This newspaper article reports on the first sightings of the Nullarbor Nymph.

Coverage year : 1971
Place : Nullarbor Plain (SA and WA)
Region : Eyre Peninsula and Far West Coast
Further reading :
Cock, Anna. 'The making of a myth', The Advertiser,17 July 1998, p. 9
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