WE'VE REACHED OUR CROWD FUNDING TARGET! THANK YOU TO ALL OUR GENEROUS DONORS, AND SHARERS, AND OTHER SUPPORTERS OF THE CAMPAIGN! We've raised $10,270. This will help keep the Beach Not Bitumen campaign spreading far and wide, engaging the necessary experts, and helping people take targeted action to keep what's great about Scarborough Beach. We … Continue reading Thanks for your support.
The Beach Not Bitumen action group is ramping up its campaign against new roads at Scarborough Beach in the lead up to the March State Election. As there are only three months until the election, the group is moving their campaign onto a political footing and has invited politicians and MPs from all parties to … Continue reading Election issue at Scarborough
How great to get some support from the younger generation - they will be the beneficiaries of a Scarborough for people, not cars.
We're all volunteers here, but we do need a bit of $$ for signs and handouts, expert opinions, and lots of other costs that really mount up! If you would like to support us, even a small donation can make a big difference. We're fundraising on Chuffed - link here - and please share with … Continue reading Help us !
Big Turnout at Protest to Stop Destruction of Scarborough Sand Dunes - 4000 Signature Petition Tabled in State Parliament - In a further move to ramp up their campaign in the run-up to next year’s State Election, more than 100 people turned out in force at Parliament House today (Thursday, November 17) to protest against … Continue reading Big Turnout at Parliament
NOW we go to the next level... and get our State Parliament to take notice. We are presenting your petition - with over 2,000 now 3,000 signatures - on the steps of Parliament this Thursday 17th Nov at 12.45pm - and we want you to be there! Piers Verstegen, Executive Director, Conservation Council of WA … Continue reading Petition Rally at Parliament
'Under the eyes of 200 residents packing the gallery at Tuesday night's meeting, Stirling council voted to request the state government take its Scarborough 'land grab' to full community consultation..." Detailed analysis from WA Today reporter Emma Young who was on the spot for a very long and impassioned meeting here...
Show you care about the City of Stirling handing over our sand dunes to the MRA. Bring a friend and come to the Stirling City Council meeting on Tuesday 8 November at 7pm when Council will be considering whether to give more land to the MRA. Handing over beautiful bushland for potential development is a … Continue reading Come and be heard
Here's a petition stall that just popped up without us knowing anything about it. Thanks, people! Why not try one yourself - download the petition here - or check the 'Get Involved' page for other ideas.
The proposed road would go right through the dunes and the heart of Scarborough, as this video (based on MRA documents) prepared by Channel 9 Perth shows. Two lanes of traffic, with one or two parallel lanes of parking - and no doubt pedestrian and cycle pathways, too. A major barrier to the beach, and … Continue reading A new major road