Oil and whale sharks don’t mix

Oil and whale sharks don’t mix

Every year the Federal Government releases huge swathes of offshore acreage for potential exploration by Big Oil.

This year, the pristine marine environment released proposes a brazen encroachment on a number of our iconic marine wilderness areas. Places like World Heritage listed Ningaloo and Shark Bay, and the Abrolhos Islands.

Ningaloo is the world’s largest fringing reef, a 260-kilometre long coral reef swarming with turtles, tropical fish, manta rays, humpback whales and the elusive whale shark. 

This is a World Heritage listed area—it’s no place for oil drilling.

Will you add your name today to help stop ...

Every year the Federal Government releases huge swathes of offshore acreage for potential exploration by Big Oil.

This year, the pristine marine environment released proposes a brazen encroachment on a number of our iconic marine wilderness areas. Places like World Heritage listed Ningaloo and Shark Bay, and the Abrolhos Islands.

Ningaloo is the world’s largest fringing reef, a 260-kilometre long coral reef swarming with turtles, tropical fish, manta rays, humpback whales and the elusive whale shark. 

This is a World Heritage listed area—it’s no place for oil drilling.

Will you add your name today to help stop this before it even begins? 

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