TWO Concerts in support of No Gasfields in the South West and a Frack Free Western Australia. Sat Nov 26th: SOLD OUT Sun NOV 27th: some tickets left via Oztix. Featuring JBT, The Pigram Brothers, Mama Kin, Ten Cent Shooters and MC Peter Rowsthorn. at 3 Oceans Winery, Margaret RiverCnr Boundary Road and Bussell Highway, Metricup WA Licensed venue. 18+ photo ID required for entry. Children Under 18 years must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Public meetings for local residents will be held around the Swan Valley in the week starting 14 November, to discuss the implications of a gas exploration licence over a large part of the Swan Valley. All community members are welcome to attend these free events, which will include a short film, discussion of the local issue, and Q&A. Events are organised by local action groups: Gate Vines, Midland Gatekeepers, Gasfield Free Perth Hills, and Frack Free Guildford-Caversham. ELLENBROOK/THE VINES MEETING: Tuesday 15 November, 7pm, Ellenbrook District Open space, Maffina Parade, Ellenbrook MIDLAND MEETING: Wednesday 16 November, 6.45pm, Ace Cinemas, Midland Gate, 274 Gt Eastern Hwy, Midland PERTH HILLS/MAHOGANY CREEK MEETING: Thursday 17 November, 7pm, Mahogany Creek Hall, 325 Jacoby St, Mahogany Creek GUILDFORD/CAVERSHAM MEETING: Friday 18 November, 7pm, Guildford Town Hall, 188 James St, Guildford Continue reading
Join your neighbours for a public meeting about the unconventional gasfields threat facing WA, as close as the Swan Valley, Wanneroo and Rockingham. 17 November, 7pm start, Mount Lawley Bowling Club, Rookwood Street, Mount Lawley. Free event, Pizza by donation Hosted by the Frack Free Future Alliance.
The details of the Environment Minister's series of public meetings in the south west to discuss unconventional gas exploration & mining and other environmental matters, have been announced: Saturday November 12. Busselton 9am, Dunsborough 11.30am and Gracetown 2.30pm. RSVP: By 10 November, to [email protected] or phone 9752 1949 Continue reading
Hosted by the Frack Free Future Alliance. 6.30pm, Wanneroo Community Centre, Civic Dr, Wanneroo. "Dayne Pratzky loved the quiet life on his rural block in central Queensland. Then the gas company arrived, and everything changed.Legally Dayne couldn’t stop them mining his land, but that didn’t mean he wouldn’t fight. So began a David and Goliath battle. Along the way he found love, tragedy and triumph.This is a must see movie for anyone concerned about protecting our water, farm land and communities from the invasive unconventional gas industry".As the unconventional gas industry gears up to invade Western Australia, this shocking movie serves as a wake up call to us all.Our drinking water sources are already at risk from fracking, and gas exploration licenses exist in Wanneroo shire and the Swan Valley. Continue reading
BRUNSWICK Junction is about to become the latest community in WA to declare itself Gasfield Free. The declaration will be a huge community celebration on November 6, 11.30am Channel Park, Brunswick Junction. Come along and join in this massive community event to celebrate democracy in action and a Gasfield Free future for the south west and the entire state. There are now more than 400 Gasfield Free communities across Australia and the movement is growing! Continue reading
HELP Protect the places we love. If you are in the south west then please come to an information meeting & film night Wednesday November 2 in North Boyanup. Organised by Gasfield Free North Boyanup.
Come join the Knitting Nannas Against Gas and No Fracking Way to show your support for a Frack Free Future in all of WA. Start gathering from 3pm for a 4pm parade start. Meet at the Round House end of High Street. Look for the Knitting Nannas in yellow and black.
Gasfield Free Central Midlands are hosting two Public Meetings in Moora and Watheroo, to discuss the implications of a gas exploration licence over a large part of the Central Midlands area. All community members are welcome to attend these free events, which will include a short film, discussion of the local issue, and Q&A. MOORA COMMUNITY MEETING: Tuesday 25 October, 7pm, Moora Baptist Church Watheroo MEETING: Wednesday 26 October, 7pm, Watheroo Station Tavern.