Posted March 16, 2018 09:11:55The granny camper at Myrtle Bay has been making waves on social media after it was spotted wandering around in a remote area of northern Territory.
Key points:The grannies webcam is on the island of Granny, which has a total of about 100 people living in itThe granies webcam has become a popular location for tourists to take photos, as it’s not far from the main beachThe granthamans webcam has been a hotspot for tourists since it was first posted in January, but its location has made it a popular tourist attractionIn February, the island was named by the Lonely Planet Australia as one of the best places in the world to visit.
It has become the main tourist attraction for many travellers, who have been posting their photos to the grannys webcam.
“The grans webcam is located right by the main island in Granny Bay,” the webcam’s owner, Lyle Williams, told the ABC.
“There are a lot of people who like to go there, and there’s a lot more people who want to take pictures, because they like to get a bit of fun in there.”
He said the granys webcam was in a prime location, with the main beaches on the mainland, so there were plenty of people to photograph.
“You can get a good amount of traffic here,” he said.
“It’s easy to get to and from.
You can get to the beach and there are loads of people, so it’s a good spot to take a photo.”
Mr Williams said the webcam was very popular, with people visiting the island regularly.
“Every couple of days we’ll have a new visitor come in and see the grans camper,” he told the BBC.
“And we’ll usually get a couple of dozen people.”
The grany webcam has seen many people from around the world visit it.
But the grannie webcam is not the only one to attract tourists to the island.
“Granny is a wonderful place for tourists, but it’s really not as popular as it once was,” Mr Williams said.
He said he and his wife would often go there for dinner and drinks.
“I think we have more than enough for ourselves,” he added.
The grannie camper has also attracted a number of visitors from the US, Australia, New Zealand and other countries.
“In the last year, it’s grown a lot,” Mr Harris said.
The island is also home to some of the world’s most iconic buildings, including the Great Barrier Reef, Mount Everest and the world famous Granny’s Head.
But it has also become a busy location for people who prefer to have a good time.
“We’ve got a number more people visiting than usual, which is good, because you can get quite a few photos,” Mr Davis said.
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