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Campaign Characteristics

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Williamstown Rifle Range marina proposal

Successful

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Campaign Description

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The Jawbone’: valuable, intact mangrove and samphire plant community, protected for decades by the Rifle Range formerly on the land behind it. A Major PPCC Inc. Campaign supporting locals opposed to a marina there succeeded in 1988. The adjoining sea became a State Marine Sanctuary in 2002. See National Estate ID 7716.

It is within 10 km of central Melbourne, WILLIAMSTOWN. The mouth of the Kororoit Creek is to the left, just outside the picture. See also 10 MB higher resolution 2007 photos at 1RHK0116 and 1RHK0117. (sourced from website http://www.ppcc.org.au/aerfo_c1.htm 11/11/2021)

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1988

Conservation & Protection

Port Phillip Conservation Council

Local

Port Philip, Victoria

2018

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