Can guarantee you wont glow in the dark.
My wife and I spent over a week up there helping the caretakers in November last year. Went to all the bomb sites etc with a gieger counter and couldnt get a beep out of it.
I wasn't the only one with a gieger counter either and neither of use could get a peep out of them even in supposed "hot" areas
So you can put that theory away Pete.
The airstrip is the only strip in the southern hemisphere where the "space shuttle" can land in an emergency as its landing pad is 5metre (yes 5 metre) thick concrete and the strip is in as good a nick as the day it was put down some 60yrs ago
I have land based and aerial photos (went up in a work chopper) of the area and it would be a perfect set up for a "flying mile" with big bitumen pit areas etc.
There is very limited accommodation in the area and the need for self sufficiency would still be required.
There are 240km of single lane bitumen road through out the site which are still in pretty good nick. Access would be via Ceduna for most and the roads are quite good with the majority being resonable bitumen.
Virtualy there is an unlimited rain water supply (1,000,000 gallons according to Robin, the caretaker)
, a limited diesel generated power supply, and very limited showers and toilet facilities.
I'm sure if this was to become a venue of interest these issues could be resolved reasonably easy.
Having said that we will be having a race meeting at the end of May at Lake G
PS Have just spoken with Robin (Maralinga caretaker) and the bitumen strip is 2500mtrs long with 500mtr of good dirt run off in either direction