Stop the ‘Alexandrina Council’ from banning boats from our coastline

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Di Taylor
2 years ago
Our ocean isnt owned by the Council so the people who will be affected by this ban is quite significant.
I’d hope that boat users would be responsible enough and not approach the whales.

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jordan schild
2 years ago
Because this is a joke. Whales haven't been negatively affected in the area before now so why the sudden change that ruins a great Coast, jobs and fishing opportunities.

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Peter Fortunatow
2 years ago
The ban goes too far and a more balanced approach should prevail.

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Ashley Hampel
2 years ago
I just think that if people are adhering to all rules and guidelines, then there shouldn’t be a problem. This proposal will affect so many people who actually are doing the right thing, and also if surf life saving activities are suspended during this period, how many drownings or potential accidents could occur? Also these events and recreational activities bring money to the local community, how will businesses owners keep afloat if there is less tourism and opportunities to actually make it worth while for people to visit the area?

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Milan Stojsavljevic
2 years ago
I'm signing because I can smell a fish here.

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John Owen
2 years ago
This is what Adelaide/Victor Harbour desperately needs to keep alive! Take it away and you might as well shut the door on South Australia. Let’s hope & pray we don’t lose “The Big Duck” 閭

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Andrew MacGillvray-Neave
2 years ago
There simply is no comparison between a busy international shipping lane and our coastline. It is like comparing South Rd to a quiet suburban culdesac.

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gianni spagnoletti
2 years ago
I fish there every year.
And the region needs access for tourism and it's economy

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robert mcmahon
2 years ago
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Craig Humfrey
2 years ago
Why aren't councils banding together to ban the seismic testing near kangaroo island?

This is just the thin edge of the wedge.