On 1 July 2016, the Yarra River Protection Ministerial Advisory Committee released the Protecting the Yarra River (Birrarung) Discussion Paper. The discussion paper is the next step in the creation of the Yarra River Protection Act, and is well worth reading – you can find it here.
The Yarra River Protection Act is a once in a lifetime opportunity to protect the Yarra for future generations.
Have your say in our Yarra’s future
Yarra River Protection Ministerial Advisory Committee is seeking public submissions on the future protection of the Yarra. You can make a submission, answer the survey, or suggest an idea for the Victorian Government’s proposed Yarra River Protection Act and Yarra Trust.
Making a submission is easy, but submissions close August 5 – click here to learn more.
Not sure what to submit?
If you’re passionate about protecting the Yarra, but you’re not sure what to submit and don’t want to answer all 11 survey questions – feel free to use the paragraph below:
I want to see the whole Yarra protected. Protected from inappropriate development; its water quality improved, and its unique biodiversity and green spaces preserved for generations to come to enjoy. I support the Yarra Riverkeeper Association’s submission.
Join the Yarra Riverkeeper Association and help protect the Yarra.
The Yarra Riverkeeper Association, along with the Environmental Justice Association has been working to ensure that the Victorian Government delivers the best possible result for the Yarra with the Yarra River Protection Act and Yarra Trust.
You can help the Yarra Riverkeeper Association by becoming a member.
Click here to donate or join the Yarra Riverkeeper Association for as little as $20.