SANParks could toss curbs on boozing, rowdiness to attract millennials

12 May 2019 - 00:00 By TONY CARNIE

Silence after 9.30pm has been the golden rule for generations of visitors to SA's national parks, along with strict curbs on boozing and rowdiness that might disturb animals and other park visitors.

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