Take Action Now,

You can influence the decision-makers and tell them they must reject AGL’s needless and destructive gas processing plant in beautiful Westernport Bay

Find out how on Mornington Peninsula Shire Council’s dedicated page

The Council has been working hard to support residents on this issue, publishing an Open Letter to Minister Wynne in The AGE on March 13

and producing this beautiful video

Send another message on Environment Victoria’s page

You can use the information in these videos to inspire your messages to our decision-makers in government.

Unless it receives over half a dozen separate approvals, AGL’s floating gas factory and pipeline cannot proceed.
AGL has been unable to show the EPA how they could possibly manage the chlorinated wastewater from regasification, and the rightful Owners of the land that would be decimated by the proposed pipeline, the Bunurong have made it abundantly clear that they do not, and will not give permission for the project on their land.

Save Westernport supports the Bunurong Traditional Owners and their opposition of AGL in Warrn Marrin.


Watch our Pavement Paddle Out Action on the steps of Parliament in March. Thousands of messages collected from all over the Peninsula and beyond during #wetsuitsforwesternport, were delivered to the Minister.

These massive days of Action confirm the Community’s unwavering opposition to AGL’s plans to vandalise Westernport Bay.

Hear Save Westernport’s Jane Carnegie and 12yo Balnarring student Leroy Spender tell the gathered media why AGL’s gas travesty must not be approved.

Leroy can be heard at 9:45 in this video of the Parliament steps

Read the ABC’s report

And find out why AGL’s project is so unnecessary

We know this is the wrong project, in the wrong place, at the wrong time, and we’ll continue to fight it at every stage until it is rejected.