Looking to take a trip to a remote location on the other side of the world with sandy beaches and small crowds? The perfect destination could be coming very soon.
The Western Australian town of Cossack, described as a ghost town with a spooky history, also has a beautiful seaside for tourists who want to get away from it all.
There are talks of reopening this forgotten destination as tourist attraction, according to CNN. This location has been abandoned for 70 years, except for one caretaker who keeps the town in tip-top shape and the occasional curious tourist.
Cossack isn’t up for sale yet, but investors are being sought for future development. When Cossack might be ready for tourists to come and stay is unknown.
“The WA Government, which owns Cossack, released a document asking investors to register interest in acquiring a leasehold or freehold title of the town, the