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Follow me to see what I get up too behind the scenes of my travels and I plan on updating every time I head off somewhere. Click the notification bell too so you can get to see my latest video as it comes out. I've also provided a link below for a new urbex channel here in Australia. What I say is the right thing to do may not apply to that camp Stay safe and Do not Worry that I think that it is a Bad Video , I watched the Whole thing. Rogers neighborhood & your house amount many others have dissapeared!

Urbex Indigo, Go check him out and if you like his videos subscribe to his channel. Please keep making videos , you never know when something becomes popular. Mark East of Niagara.'Illegal' -In this context, doesn't that just mean.these people have no money.? Watch out fella, you lose your job and it could be some Other self-righteous sensationalist examining YOUR pathetic belongings. JOHNNIE: LORD OF THE Mungoid Hen PEOPLE Illegal in this context is correct!

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People ran for their lives , it could be they were caught red handed doing drugs. If they were 'homeless' they had some pretty nice stuff & had to have had some way to transport all that stuff there. There was a true story of folks jumping off a yacht & having fun till they went to get out of the water & found that no one had hit the switch to lower the ladder. Well thank you for sharing your time & talents with us. Hope the folks & dog (s) or cat (s) were alright too. It may have been a police raid but if so the stuff left behind would have been picked up esp the fuel cans. I think they should HELP their people, they have the money & resources. Check ever bit of paper there to gain information as to their activities, associations, routs, and plans. He didnt bother anything, take anything or even say exactly where it was. I must say, I was quite relieved that you didn't find their crapper. Please try to find other places like this but be careful that you don't run into someone still living in the tents. My guess is, that it has been tourists, perhaps from overseas, who had to fly back and left what they couldn't take or tourists who had an accident and never returned. There are homeless guys around here that live in our river valley, The authorities clear them out every so often, but they always come back. Perhaps they were bodily removed by the police of the area. I mean, the adults could have been arrested when they were far from the area, but the kids.? It must've been a lovely camp at one stage (albeit illegal). If they left in a rush they may have left a wallet or fanny pack with info on it as to of who they were. I suppose if all the stuff was stolen in the first place it wouldn't be too hard to leave it behind, just go and pinch some more. have a good night and thanks again I can't wait to see your next video.Could have they been surprised by a bad storm when they were on the beach, or on a boat.? And such a beautiful spot - Brunswick Heads is one of my favourite places on this planet! Then I would have gone back the next morning and if nothing had changed I'd get meself a helper and kindly packed up all the gear and and left it there for another night. The reason for them living there is that there's a housing shortage, and because of that landlords jack up the rents. One of those weird things that will probably never be answered.m Kuebler5 thank you for sharing me this video about Abandoned Sprawling illegal beach camp I really did enjoyed it I do my own videos to on my own you tube channel on you tube you will see my name after every comment and God Bless you my friend I am from the U. If they were a group there must have been a car too transport all that stuff, it is a bit too much too carry along, if they were smoking weed and al that, the police won't give you time too get your stuff they just kick you out of there.I'm not sure the cops have ever been there to arrest the people: they'd have probably searched each and every tent, and expecially the last one looks absolutely untouched, like nothing was moved. Sad that people have to be judgemental and justify their own ego by using a smug word like Illegal. It's illegal to set up camp in a national park, doesn't matter who you are whether you are homeless or backpackers.The fact that there were kids makes the whole thing even more enigmatic, and kind of disturbing. I didn't go through their belongings, just opened up a tent flap to see what was there then closed it again. I recall not saying once in the video that it was a homeless camp that is an assumption others are making not me. First thing I would have done was to look inside the tent for any personal info!!!!

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