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Rally to Save Toondah Harbour

This August, our city will be the home of the 49th Australian Labor Party (ALP) National Conference.

This means that our communities have a unique opportunity to raise our voices for nature.

We are raising ours to SAVE TOONDAH HARBOUR.

Moreton Bay is home to threatened animals including dugongs, dolphins, whales, sea turtles, koalas, and the critically endangered eastern curlew. Over summer, 40,000 migratory shorebirds from all around the world come to feed and rest in Moreton Bay. It is also of immense cultural significance to the Quandamooka Nations people.

The National Conference is the Labor Party’s highest decision-making forum, and this is the first time it’s been held in Queensland since the 1970s.

The conference plays a defining role in the future of the party and our nation. It is where delegates from every walk of life will be coming together to discuss and vote on critical issues.

By showing up at the Brisbane Conference Centre, together we can show delegates why their party should take action to protect Toondah Harbour!

Queenslanders, we need to act. Let’s raise our voice as a community to insist that Labor fully applies federal environment laws to protect Queensland’s iconic Toondah Harbour wetlands.

Express your interest and RSVP here

August 19, 2023 at 8:00am - 10am
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
Cnr Merivale St and Glenelg St
Brisbane, QLD 4101
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  • Murray Munro
    published this page in Events 2023-08-14 17:39:35 +1000