The owner of a controversial swingers resort in far north Queensland says he plans to write an expose after selling up and retiring. Credit: Reuters. The resort, known for poolside sex romps, made headlines last year when police were forced to intervene between warring nudists involved in a fight over a dress code. Mr Fox said he has planned to retire to a secluded cabin in the lush tropical north to pen a book based on his experiences. Since listing the resort on the property market last week, interest in a possible book had soared, he said, with inquiries from a number of publishers.
Ugly scenes at swingers' resort as nudists war over dress code
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'Immoral' sex romp resort is ruining our image: nudists
The White Cockatoo resort at Mossman in north Queensland hit the headlines last week with reports of poolside sex and partner swapping, and that was from its owners Tony and Lenore Fox. President of Free Beaches Australia, Traven Searle, said nudism was for families and couples who simply wanted to take their clothes off in a healthy environment. He said his group and the Australian Nudist Federation ANF hoped the resort would become a non-nudist resort when sold as it was giving nudism a bad name. Mr Fox said the resort was not "no holes barred" all year.
The White Cockatoo resort, near Port Douglas in Queensland, promoted as Australia's premiere nudist resort, is up for sale. The controversial far north Queensland resort hit international headlines last year when The Courier-Mail revealed one tourist refused to take his clothes off at a swinger sex party, sparking a "mini-riot". White Cockatoo Owners Tony and Lenore Fox said the sex tourist business was booming despite tough economic times and flagging tourism figures. It is claimed to be Australia's only fully licensed, government approved, and registered swinger resort. Swinging, also known as "wife-swapping" or "temporary spouse-trading", is reportedly a sexual lifestyle with as many as swinger clubs worldwide.