Paddle out to protest against the loss of two great local surf breaks and the unique reef and coastal landscape we currently enjoy. Note the earlier start time (now 9am instead of 10am).

We do not support inappropriate and unsustainable development that affect the beaches and coastal foreshore.
We do not support the clearing and development in our fragile coastal bushland.
We do support action to protect our beaches.

Koalas are on track to become extinct in NSW unless the government urgently acts to protect koala habitat. But they’re sitting on their hands and refusing to take action.

That’s why we need to ramp up the pressure on those politicians with the power to act - NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and the Minister for Planning Minister Rob Stokes.

Join the Save Our Koalas Day of Action by staging your own pop-up protest demanding action and sharing on social media.

End sexism. End transphobia. Kill the religious discrimination bill. Bodily autonomy. Decriminalise sex work.

Queens Park, Brisbane city.

On Friday the 21st of August Nev Power, the Chairman of the National Covid-19 Co-ordination Commission will be speaking at an expensive business breakfast at the Perth convention centre.

This action has been moved online:
From making phone calls, to taking protest selfies, sending emails, and flooding social media, there are PLENTY of ways we can create a surround-sound cacophony that Marsh simply can’t ignore.

Please note this rally has been postponed to Tue Sept 29 because the court case has been adjourned for a contest mention on September 29.

George Newhouse - Lawyer from the National Justice Project
Aran Mylvaganam - Tamil Refugee Council & one of the refugee supporters fined $1652 at the refugee car convoy
Chris Breen - RAC, and person charged with 'incitement' for refugee car convoy
more TBA

If possible we will hold a rally in person at the court, but if we are unable we will hold an online rally, Zoom details below

Rally and march as part of a national day of action demanding: Justice for refugees; peace not war; bring them here.

The First Nations Deaths in Custody Watch Committee (WA) Inc. invites you to join us in marking the 37th anniversary of the death in custody of then 16 year old John Pat, with our annual Ceremony of Remembrance for all who have died in police and prison custody, and police pursuits.

Please join us, we need your support to build a movement for change!

This event will take place at Walyalup at the John Pat Memorial, Fremantle Prison.

Join us for an on-water and beach protest on Yarra Bay beach to protest the NSW Government's and Royal Caribbean's proposal to build a cruise terminal in Botany Bay.

The Final Business Case will be completed and a decision will be made by Cabinet in the middle of the year. We only have a few months to make our voices heard! It is now or never to fight for the bay!



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