It is the ghost town in Western Australia that was built on an asbestos mine.
Now authorities are concerned that curious tourists and thrill-seekers are returning to the outback town of Wittenoom, which was shut down in the 1970s.
Local officials issued a notice this week warning people against visiting Wittenoom, located 1,100km (680 miles) north of Perth.
The former mining town is officially classified as a contaminated site. Thousands of its former residents and visitors have died from asbestos exposure.
The state government has referred to Wittenoom as "the greatest occupational health and safety tragedy in Australia - comparable to the Chernobyl and Bhopal catastrophes."
Road signs warn people against visiting the town, which still retains a handful of residents.
However, a steady stream of videos and online blog posts in recent years show travellers are not heeding the safety warnings.
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