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After the nymph, Eucla gets pay-off
Title : After the nymph, Eucla gets pay-off After the nymph, Eucla gets pay-off
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Source : News, 4 February 1972, p. 22 and p. 35
Date of creation : 1972
Format : Newspaper
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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The 'Nullarbor Nymph', a woman spotted on the Nullarbor Plain who was thought to be living in the wild, gained worldwide attention in 1971Eucla, the town closest to where the Nymph was sighted, was thrust into the spotlight. This newspaper article announces a planned trek from Eucla to Ayres Rock (Uluru) to keep media focus on the town.

Coverage year : 1972
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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