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Bush doofs: more than just a stoners paradise?

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An 18-year old NSW boy survived at 80 metre fall after trying to sneak in to the ‘bush doof’ Solstium Shadows over the weekend.

‘Bush doofs’ are becoming a popular alternative to clubbing and large music festivals but questions are being raised about how safe they are, with their links to drug culture and less security than larger scale events.

Alicia Barker has this report. 

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