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GREAT PROTECT NINGALOO EVENT AT ROUNDHOUSE

Posted in city of fremantle, environment, fundraising, mining, Uncategorized, western australia, whales by freoview on November 16, 2018

 

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A big crowd turned up on Friday evening at The Glen Cowans Photo Gallery and Fremantle Roundhouse for the PROTECT NINGALOO fundraising event.

Many artists have donated their works which are on the walls of the gallery, so go and have a look on the weekend. There are some really great works there!

There were some speeches and music, drinks and a lovely sunset.

It was good to have the fight for the protection of a national nature heritage area in the oldest public building in WA, and it is all about stopping the ridiculous plan to build a 500 hectare gas pipe launch plant at Heron Point and tugs dragging huge steel pipes across the nursery flats of the Ningaloo Marine Park.

That madness needs to be stopped because Ningaloo Reef’s health cannot be jeopardised!

Roel Loopers

ONE WEEK TO GO TILL PROTECT NINGALOO SUNDOWNER!

Posted in city of fremantle, environment, fundraising, nature, Uncategorized by freoview on November 9, 2018

 

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Only one week to go till the fund raising Protect Ningaloo sundowner at the Glen Cowans Photo Gallery and Fremantle Roundhouse, so make sure to book your tickets now, as there are only a few left.

Roel Loopers

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FREO FUNDRAISER FOR NINGALOO

Posted in art, city of fremantle, development, environment, Uncategorized by freoview on October 30, 2018

 

 

There will be a fundraising art exhibition at the Glen Cowans Photo Gallery and Fremantle Roundhouse to PROTECT NINGALOO on Friday November 16 from 5.30-7.30pm. All proceeds will go to protecting Exmouth Gulf from inappropriate development.

Artworks, donated by the artists, will be for sale and an entry fee of $ 25 applies.

The proceeds will be used to protest agains a pipe building plant that will service the oil and gas industry. Pipes known as bundles will be welded together and two 10km-long railway lines to move the bundles out will connect the facility with Exmouth Gulf at Heron Point.

Ningaloo Reef is one of WA’s most pristine nature areas and  very popular with Australian and overseas visitors who love to go diving with the Whale Sharks. It needs to be protected from development at all cost!

Remember how many years ago 20,000 of us marched through Fremantle to stop development at Ningaloo Reef then? We did it then and we will do it again!

Come to the fundraiser, have a drink, experience the Rounhouse at dark and see some great art!

Roel Loopers

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SAVE NINGALOO REEF(AGAIN)

Posted in city of fremantle, environment, nature, Uncategorized by freoview on February 24, 2018

 

Come to South Fremantle’s The Local hotel on March 1 from 5-7pm. and find out more about the campaign to save Exmouth Gulf and Ningaloo Reef and protect the beauty and value of one of Western Australia’s most iconic places!

There will be speakers and lots of info available on the night. The Ningaloo Reef World Heritage Area is renowned for its beauty and biodiversity but its under threat from the oil and gas industry with a pipeline fabrication and towing facility now under consideration by the EPA.

Now we need to raise public awareness about Protect Ningaloo and why saving Exmouth Gulf is so important.

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