The Eurobodalla Branch of Surfrider Foundation Australia began in Moruya in January 2014. The branch covers the coastline from Durras to Narooma on the far south coast of New South Wales and includes several world-class beach-breaks and reefs. Our main goals are to protect access to surf breaks, ensure that development does not impact on the surf zone, and restore degraded headlands and beaches. The branch arranges beach clean days and collaborates with other community groups and local government to prevent beach pollution and initiate beach conservation activities. To participate in our activities and learn more about what we do, contact the branch leader Allen Grimwood on 0408 258 877 or email@example.com
The Gold Coast Surfrider Foundation has announced its fourth annual Eco Challenge Festival to be held on Saturday 1st April at Tweed Heads & Coolangatta (Greenmount) Surf Living Saving Club. To find out more about the event go to: https://www.facebook.com/EcoChallengeGoldCoast/
Surfrider Northern Beaches has joined forces with the Victoria-based Clean Ocean Foundation to undertake water testing at Warriewood Beach and is looking for volunteers to collect water samples to be included in the National Outfall Database. UNCLE HUEY WANTS YEUW!
The NSW DPI and local government have began installation of a shark eco-barrier across Lighthouse Beach in Ballina. This shark eco-barrier will run directly through local surfers most utilised resource – Lighthouse Beach’s prized surf break.
In 2002, we STOOD for the beach and drew a LINE IN THE SAND. Over 3,000 members of the local community came together to protect our beach.SEAWALLS profoundly DAMAGE BEACHES as well as SURF QUALITY. You can see this at Narrabeen/Collaroy right now. We must DEMAND MORE SAND to cover and compensate for the rock seawall. Substantial reserves of suitable sand can be found a few kilometres offshore and could be readily transported to repair the dune-damaged beach...