Limestone Coast Protection Alliance



Limestone Coast Protection Alliance

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Limestone Coast Protection Alliance wants to raise awareness amongst all Australians about the dangers and issues involved with Mining Exploration in the South East of South Australia.

No Gasfields in the Limestone Coast of South Australia

Flyers, LCPA / LTG Mining Free Community Survey Coordinator, GF Survey data entry coordinator, Orders for docs, LTG signs and dvd's, speaker. contact 0459 808 437 and and visit


What you can do to help

Our most precious resource is Water and the Limestone Coast is totally dependant upon under-ground water for:

our towns
our industries
our livestock
our irrigation crops
our wetlands & natural ecosystems

If Invasive Industrial Gasfields pollute our groundwater or compromise our water supply then the consequences for our people, our environment, and our industries will be devastating.

Support and be part of one strong Limestone Coast Community voice and protect our WATER.

- Join the Limestone Coast Protection Alliance (m/ship attached)
- Tell your MP that you want drilling stopped before it's too late
- Write letters to local councils and politicians (sample letters & council addresses attached)
- Attend public information sessions
- Get a copy of "Fractured Country " An Unconventional Invasion" film & hold informal get togethers to help inform & educate your friends & neighbours (available by phoning 0459 808 437)
- Say no to mining companies and attach "Lock the Gate" signs to your property (available from
- Help conduct road surveys in your local community & say Yes to your road survey Q - Do you want your road/district to be gasfield free?
- Attend rallies - to date - Penola, Naracoorte & Mt Gambier

Managed/contributed to the following campaigns

Type of group


Primary environmental focus

Conservation & Protection

Geographic sphere or activity


Primary location

Limestone Coast, SA

Known address

Address unknown

Website link/s

Date of known website activity

October 2018

Founding Year


History of group



Outcomes so far from raised public awareness

The Robe Council has called for a moratorium
Local Politicians had to declare their position on fracking at State Election
The Liberal Party representative, Troy Bell promised an inquiry
Nick Xenaphon, Independent Senator for South Australia, will move amendments to the Federal Government's Environment Legislation Amendment Bill to prevent fracking from taking place where there will be an impact on water resources
Wattle Range Council has taken on an advocacy role to support its community
Several local communities have declared their locality gasfield free with many more following.

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