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South Australian Parliament Joint Committee on Natural Resources

We made a detailed submission to the Joint Parliamentary Committee on Natural Resources Report on Coastal Development in South Australia , and met with Committee members on-site in the Chain of Bays in 2007. The Joint Parliamentary Committee was assessing coastal development in South Australia, and decided to visit the Chain of Bays because coastal development issues there had generated significant media attention and widespread concern. We organised a boat trip, with support from Alan Payne of Baird Bay Ocean Eco Experience, to show the Committee first-hand, the magnificent coastline between Sceale Bay and Baird Bay. We pointed out many of the natural features and threats to the natural environment. The final report on coastal development by this Committee included many references to our submissions.
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