Stand with our community in one of our upcoming events

Join us at the Peninsula’s Biggest Paddle Out on February 7 at Point Leo.

Bring your surfboards, your li-los, kayaks, paddle boards, floaties, Nannas and kids, and hit to water with Save Westernport and people like you who also love the Bay.

We’ll celebrate Westernport and send a powerful message to AGL and government decision-makers that AGL’s dirty, dangerous gas factory and proposed pipeline will never be accepted in Westernport— and must NOT be approved.

Your attendance at this fun family event will help show AGL and Planning Minister Dick Wynne that we will not allow our priceless natural world to be compromised by poor planning decisions and corporate greed.

There is nothing as effective as peaceful community action, and we have an urgent message to send:

No AGL at Crib Point!

Please watch this space for directions to Pt Leo and for time/tide and safety details.

No AGL Campaign Update: The Planning Minister is due to make a decision in February, after considering the recommendations of a specially formed Planning Panel that oversaw the recent hearing in November and December. Many wonderful submissions were made by members of our community. Listen to some of them here.

Our community’s long-held and determined opposition was supported by evidence that emerged at the Planning Panels hearing. The detail of countless environmental impacts was made even more shocking by the news that —despite all of AGL’s claims—according to their predictions, their gas import proposal will not be even necessary  ‘to provide for Victoria’s energy future’ for at least a decade.

Surely that allows us plenty of time for the energy transition we all know we need to have?

Read more about the hearing here.