Like to find out what you can do to protect our rivers so communities across the Basin can thrive?

Come to the Healthy Rivers Roadshow!

We're touring the country in September, connecting the voices of river communities right across the basin. We're spreading the word about what the Murray-Darling Basin Plan really means, how humans are both threatening and helping the river system, and how you can get involved so our rivers, wildlife and communities can thrive.

SPEAKERS & SPECIAL GUESTS

Come along and hear from an inspiring panel including passionate locals, river  experts, bird lovers, fish ecologists, Traditional Owners, celebrity chefs, fruit growers, irrigators, graziers, artists, adventurers and grandmas who have spent years campaigning for our rivers. Have a yarn and share your ideas.

This is a free event but tickets are essential. Places are strictly limited!

Click on your town now to book your free ticket:

Dubbo – Garden Hotel, Monday 4 September, 7:00pm

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Broken Hill – Muso's Club, Thursday 7 September, 5:00pm

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Menindee – CWA Hall, Friday 8 September, 5:00pm

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Wodonga – The Cube, Monday 11 September, 6:00pm

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Swan Hill – Swan Hill Town Hall, Tuesday 12 September, 7:00pm

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Echuca – American Hotel, Wednesday 13 September, 7:00pm

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Renmark – Renmark Hotel, Monday 18 September, 7:00pm

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Murray Bridge – Murray Bridge Community Club, Tuesday 19 September, 6:30pm

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Meningie – Meningie Bowling Club, Wednesday 20 September, 6:30pm

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Goolwa – Fleurieu Function Centre, Thursday 21 September, 6:30pm

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Adelaide – Walkerville Town Hall, Friday 22 September, 6:30pm

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LIKE TO KNOW MORE?

For more details, get in touch with ACF community organiser Bethany Koch.

The Healthy Rivers Roadshows are independently run events hosted by volunteers from your local community and supported by the Lifeblood Alliance of environment, indigenous and community groups. 

 

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People power is the key to making real, lasting change. When people get connected, empowered and organised, together we can amplify our voices so they rumble all the way to Parliament House.

 

Bethany Koch