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Bunurong Land Council concerned over destruction of cultural sites

Bunurong Land Council concerned over destruction of cultural sites

Steve Compton, Cultural Officer with the Bunurong Land Council speaking at the rally, Opposition to Desalination plant rally near Wonthaggi on Saturday May 9, 2009.

"Some of those sites on the property are the largest sites in the Bass Coast region. So that is something to think about. At the moment you look across the paddock there on top of the little rises you will see some little orange fences, like the one out there on the little hill. That's what the State Government calling salvaging the aboriginal archeology from the place before they destroy it."

"So basically the Bunurong community have asked me to say to you guys that they're dead against the Desal. There is better options for getting water like putting rainwater tanks in Melbourne. Basically bugger off and leave the coast alone and stop trying to dish out big loads of money to foreign multinationals. Thankyou"

Video Report: Bunurong people Oppose Desalination Plant

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Photo prise @ Wonthaggi le 9 mai 2009 (© John Englart (Takver) / Flickr)

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 wonthaggi, desalination, protest, police, victoria, water, climate change, seawater, 2009, australia, bass coast, bunurong, koorie, climate
 

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