If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to stand aboard a Greenpeace ship, now is your chance!
Next weekend the Esperanza will be docking in Brisbane on Saturday 7 December and Sunday 8 December. You can hop on board, see where the action happens and meet the crew – for free! Spaces are limited, so hurry and book your free tickets now.
This is a rare chance to come and tour the ship and learn firsthand about Greenpeace’s work to protect the planet. Here are the essential details:
- Where: MTD Queens Port, 50 Paringa Rd, Murarrie QLD (see a map)
- When: 10.00am to 5.00pm on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 December 2013
- What to bring: Hat, sunscreen, a bottle of water, and lots of friends and family!
- Cost: Free
Get your free Brisbane tickets now : Saturday 7 December or Sunday 8 December.
Greenpeace ships sail around the world exposing environmental destruction. Whether it's standing up to oil giants in the Arctic, exposing forest destroyers in the Amazon or stopping overfishing in the Pacific Ocean, it’s what our ships are made to do. And right now, this work has never been more crucial, nor have the stakes been higher.
Our Great Barrier Reef is facing enormous threats. Within days a decision could be handed down by the Federal Government allowing port developers to dredge the seabed at Abbot Point near the Whitsunday Islands, and dump the sediment directly in the Reef World Heritage Area.
Come along with friends and family to explore the ship, plus find out how you can help save the Reef. We can’t wait to welcome you on board.
Please note that, due to safety reasons, we are not able to take children under five-years-old or people with a disability on board. However we encourage you to visit our information tent located alongside the ship.