Save Margaret River!

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Samantha Buck
May 7, 2021
I’m signing because Margaret River has plenty of amazing accomodation options and does not need a development of this type (especially considering the impact on the environment and the fact is against the wishes of the traditional owners of the land)

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Maria Van Geel
Feb 2, 2021
Getekend

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Sam Dimov
Nov 9, 2020
I don’t agree with this, it Margaret river not the city.

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caroline mcalpine
Oct 5, 2020
Caroline Robertson

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Anchal Gupta
Oct 2, 2020
I have been to Margaret River few times and I love going to regional areas of WA to relax and revive in the lap of nature. I want that natural beauty and landscapes must be saved from constructions and destructions.

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Emer Maughan
Sep 1, 2020
This development will hurt the local community, it's a surf town - a huge development like this will change the laid back appeal that is uniquely Margs!

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Jamie Don
Aug 31, 2020
People go to margs to get away from this shit.

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Georga Charity
Aug 26, 2020
This will completely ruin Margaret river and all of the charm and nature it has to offer.

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Shiu Kei Wu
Aug 20, 2020
I have been living in Margaret River for more than 8 years, I love the natural environment and the humble and friendly residence down here. I don't want Margaret River being overdeveloped because the most important factor of attracting the tourists is the original Margaret River character.

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Joanne Paddon
Aug 18, 2020
There hasn't been any consult since 2004 when it was rejected, the local aboriginals are still there, the local tourism operators are still there, they are not being honest as usual about the true plans for destructing the full 20acres or coastland and expecting the govt to fork out for roads that should've been fixed in the fires years ago. But apparently there hasn't been any money for that.
While we were busy with Covid, please save some of the beauty of the south west from the devastation that's going on behind closed doors.