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Rainbow Warrior Tour 2013

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WHY WE NEED TO SAVE THE REEF

1
It provides habitat for an amazing array of marine wildlife: turtles nest, dugongs feed, fish make their homes, and humpback whales travel there to calf.
 
2
It’s at risk right now from the reckless expansion of the coal industry. Climate change, dredging and increased shipping could seal its fate.
 
3
It provides employment to 60,000 Queenslanders and contributes $6 billion to the economy every year.
 
4
It’s a World Heritage Area internationally renowned and recognised for its beauty and diversity, size, complexity and integrity.
 
5
When it was listed as a World Heritage Area, the Australian Government promised to safeguard it for future generations. Let's hold them to their word.
 
 
City Dates Times Location See photos on our Facebook event page
Melbourne Sat 16 March
Sun 17 March
9am - 2pm
10am - 4pm
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Sydney Sun 24 March
Mon 25 March
10am - 4pm
9am - 4pm
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Brisbane Thu 4 April 9am - 2pm Map Count me in!
Townsville Sat 13 April 9am - 4pm Map Full
Bowen Sun 14 April 2pm - 5pm Map Count me in!
Airlie Beach Wed 17 April 11am - 5pm Map Full
Mackay Fri 19 April 9am - 4pm Map Full
Mackay Fri 19 April 6pm - 8pm Map Forum @ Yacht Club

Important please read: Much to our regret there is no wheelchair access on board the Rainbow Warrior. We are very sorry and invite wheelchair users to join us for the exhibition part of the Rainbow Warrior tours on the dock instead.

Please come early to avoid having to queue for too long, and be aware that for safety reasons you can only view the ship via a guided tour, you cannot explore the ship on your own.

One Million Reasons to Save the Reef


For over 40 years, we have taken on the seemingly impossible and we have won. Our choices today will determine the fate of the Great Barrier Reef -- our most precious natural icon. Join the movement. Help save the Reef.



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Yesterday we visited Townsville. Captain Peter Willcox made a guest appearance as driver of the inflatables, to give visitors a slightly wet but exhilarating ride to the boat tours of the Rainbow Warrior.

The weather came good for us after 5 days of rain and 40 knot winds, the sun was shining and a fun and inspiring day was had by all.

Next stop Bowen and then onto Airlie Beach on the 17th and the final stop Mackay on the 19th.


See a selection of our favourite images from the tour on our Facebook page.

 

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