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From: Steve Noakes, Chairperson, Binna Burra Lodge Ltd.

Background: Friday 8 May will mark eight months since the bushfires on Sunday 8 September 2019 caused significant damage at Binna Burra. The business operations remain closed and subject to current COVID-19 issues hopefully we can recommence trading on-site sometime in the second half of this year with our remaining assets including the campground, safari tents, Teahouse and Skylodges as well as activities and events.

A week after the fires last year I sent the following message to Binna Burra stakeholders on Sunday, 15 September 2019. It was titled: ‘BRING BACK BINNA BURRA.’

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