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Polluting gas fracking OR renewables and battery storage? Tell the government what you want!

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It's Time 2 Choose

Let’s choose a new direction for NSW- with vibrant communities, clean energy and sustainable industries.

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Our Icons At Risk

Gas companies want to frack the outback! Support the campaign to protect our tourism hotspots!

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Support renewable power generation! Choose an electricity supplier that does not invest in coal seam gas and fracking.

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No More Toxic Mines

There are 50,000+ abandoned mines across Australia! Don’t let mining companies walk away from their toxic mess.

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Adani Coal Mine

This mega-mine in central QLD will put groundwater at risk and permanently alter the landscape. Help us stop Adani!

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Who is Lock the Gate?

We are a diverse grass roots alliance committed to delivering sustainable solutions to Australia’s food and energy needs. Our supporters include farmers, traditional custodians, conservationists and urban residents.

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Australia under threat

Coal seam gas, shale gas fracking and open cut coal mining projects are expanding around Australia. Our best food-producing lands, finest natural areas and most important water resources are all at risk!

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  •     Latest Media Releases...

    Tensions Erupt in Kingaroy Farming District at Coal Exploration Site

    Kingaroy police have been consulted about an incident that occurred outside the boundary of a Moreton Resources’ Kingaroy Coal Project site last week. Local resident John Dalton was taking a photograph of the drilling operation from a nearby road when approached by a contractor who told him several times that his camera would be taken and smashed.
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    Wallarah 2 project approval demonstrates broken mine rules

    The NSW government's approval of the Wallarah 2 Coal Project has been slammed by community groups, who say the decision shows that NSW mine approval laws are inadequate and need to be urgently overhauled. The controversial project has been fought against by Wyong locals since 1996, and has been defeated twice by the local community. The project is subject to widespread opposition – including from the Member for Wyong, and the Central Coast Council – due to the risks it poses to the drinking water catchment for over 300,000 people.
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