May
19
11:00 AM11:00

Hands Across the Sand

Let's join together at beaches across Australia to celebrate our coasts and oceans and send a message to say no to risky and dirty deep sea drilling in the Great Australian Bight and yes to a clean energy future.

Our climate is being pushed beyond it's bounds - it's up to us to stand together and demonstrate that a safe and healthy environmental future is the only outcome we will settle for.

You can help us to create a symbolic barrier along the shore to call for the protection of the unique and pristine Great Australian Bight.

Events are being planned for: 

Adelaide - Semaphore

Port Willunga

Middleton

Ceduna

Penong

Elliston

Pt Lincoln

As well as events in WA, Victoria, Tassie and NSW! 

If you don't see an event near you why not hold your own Hands Across the Sand event at your local beach or park? As they say, many hands makes light work!

Check out the how to guide here

Don't forget to take photos on the day and use the hashtags

#JoinHANDS #fightfortheBight #underwaterwilderness 

 

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Apr
13
6:00 PM18:00

Operation Jeedara Doco Night Aldinga

The award winning documentary 'Operation Jeedara' showcases the stunning and remote coastline along the Great Australian Bight, and the need to protect the region from deep sea oil drilling. 

While BP and Chevron have withdrawn, and 6 councils across SA have passed notions to oppose drilling in the Bight, there is still much work to be done! 

Come along to learn about the continued fight against Big Oil in the Great Australian Bight. 
 

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Mar
2
6:00 PM18:00

Operation Jeedara Doco Night

The award winning documentary 'Operation Jeedara' showcases the stunning and remote coastline along the Great Australian Bight, and the need to protect the region from deep sea oil drilling. 

While BP and Chevron have withdrawn, and 6 councils across SA have passed notions to oppose drilling in the Bight, there is still much work to be done! 

Come along to learn about the continued fight against big oil in the Great Australian Bight. (An especially topical issue in light of the upcoming state election!) 
 

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