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Group Description

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• Retain public access to coastal areas for the greater community
• Conserve flora, fauna, fungi, ecological communities and ecosystem processes, as well as the marine environment and coastal processes.

Our Strategy
You can download our Strategy here.

What You Can Do
• Become a member (membership form here)
• Post a comment
• Contribute to our activities, eg: coastal dune restoration, preparing submissions on various documents/proposals.

The campaign to oppose any plans for a marina at Swanbourne was enthusiastically launched on Tue evening 19 June with a record attendance of 90 Swanbourne residents and community members of surrounding suburbs. The meeting voted unanimously in favour of a formation of an action group to continue the campaign and contribute to the conservation of the coast. Further information here.

You can SUBSCRIBE to the SOS SWANBOURNE website by clicking on ‘SUBSCRIBE IN A READER’ in the right hand bar. (sourced from website 6/11/2021)


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