Bridging the Divide is a city-country communication and support network involving health and social justice issues. We are based in Brisbane with members and friends from all over South East Queensland and Australia.
Our activities include running bus tours for folks in the city to learn about rural life and the impacts of coal and coal seam gas and coordinating scientific research and other information, in response to requests for assistance from rural friends and colleagues.
We will be visiting Kogan, Conabri, Tara, Cameby, Miles, Wandoan
An opportunity to see for yourself what is really going on in the areas affected by CSG and coal mining. To talk to people, to see and hear for yourselves what communities and individuals are experiencing, have experienced and how they are being affected.
Friday, 8th March
Depart Brisbane: Roma Street Transit Centre, (at bus stop out the front of Transit Centre, on Roma Street).
1pm - Arrive Tara/Kogan
4pm - Leave Tara
5.30pm - Arrive Cameby
Dinner at Cameby Hall
Overnight stay farmhouse
Saturday, 9th March
9am - Wandoan/Guluguba
1pm BBQ Lunch - Wandoan
4pm - Miles
6pm - Dinner at Cameby
Overnight stay at Cameby
Sunday, 10th March
11am - Leave Cameby
1pm - Lunch, Chinchilla
5.30pm - Arrive Brisbane
We can pick up people along the way if required.
BYO Sleeping Bags/Bedding
If you have special dietary requirements or BYO.
We will be buying fresh food on the trip.
A DEPOSIT OF $50 WILL BE REQUIRED TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT.
Account to be advised
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