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Fear, truth and love - our relationship to the Coast | Daniel Ware | TEDxGriffithUniversity

When we talk of Australia's coastal environments there are two facts that seem to exist in contradiction of each other; the first is that Australians love the coast, the second is that Australia's coastal environment is in serious decline and the future is looking increasingly bleak...

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Contrary to popular belief, Lorem Ipsum3

Contrary to popular belief, Lorem Ipsum is not simply random text. It has roots in a piece of classical Latin literature from 45 BC, making it over 2000 years old. Richard McClintock

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Contiki presents Surfrider Foundation Beach Clean-up Tour

Surfrider Foundation Northern Beaches Branch and youth travel leader, Contiki, have teamed up to bring a beach clean-up tour to Sydney’s Northern Beaches from Palm Beach to Manly. The tour aims to raise awareness of the dangers of single use plastics on our marine environments as part of it’s national Rise Above Plastics campaign...

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Become a Surfrider Member Today!

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Become a Surfrider Member Today!

Want to make a difference for our oceans, waves and beaches? Simply by becoming the newest member of Surfrider, you can make a difference for your ocean.

It is that easy. Surfrider’s passionate coastal activists dedicate their lives to protecting and preserving our oceans. All you have to do is support them.

Becoming a member is easy… and gets you some cool benefits…

$25…

  • A digital subscription of Surfrider's monthly newsletter
  • 20% discount at our Surfrider Store
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Double Island Point Beach Clean

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Double Island Point Beach 2016 Clean Up and Dune Planting Camping Weekend! - May 13-15 | October 7-9

Join our Sunshine Coast branch for their bi-annual Double Island Point beach clean-up and dune planting camping weekend! Cleanup as much you can handle & plant out the dunes with your local surfrider crew, then come to the base camp for a fun afternoon of presentations, live music, free food and mega prize raffle draw - everyone receives a ticket for volunteering!

For general enquiries, or sponsorships/partnerships please email: cleanupdoubleisland@gmail.com or call: Craig 0415 670 639 / Aaron 0449 686 746

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TOS, South Stradbroke Island - Grand Theft Wavebreak Rally

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A major public Rally organised by the Save our Spit Alliance was held on 7 December 2014 as a demonstration of opposition to the proposed cruise ship terminal and Integrated Resort Development. More than 3,000 attendees at the Rally called on Queensland premier Campbell Newman to reject the development proposal on the basis that the environmental and social impacts of the project do not justify the benefits. 

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Commonwealth Marine Reserves Review 2015

Surfrider Foundation Australia is a nation-wide environmental organisation dedicated to the enjoyment and protection of oceans, waves and beaches. We believe marine parks are an important mechanism in managing ocean ecology and protecting biodiversity from the beaches to the seas. We have active, local branches across each bioregion in the reserve network...

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North Narrabeen Beach Update (Endangered Wave)

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Following a series of East Coast low pressure weather systems and heavy swells in 2013, the erosion of the dune at North Narrabeen (creating a sand ‘cliff’) was deemed severe enough to warrant emergency works to be undertaken by Warringah Council. The Council reshaped the sand 'cliff' back to the angle of repose (34 degrees) to reduce danger to beach users. This will improve sightlines of the break from the carpark area as advocated by Surfrider Foundation Northern Beaches Branch and agreed to by Council in recent negotiations.

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