#destinationsurfcoast Instagram Photos & Videos

destinationsurfcoast - 10814 posts

Latest Instagram Posts

  • eventssurfcoast - Events Surf Coast @eventssurfcoast 20 hours ago
  • #Repost @destinationsurfcoast
・・・
What an incredible turnout of 1000’s of people who paddled out at Cosy Corner Torquay to protest against big oil companies who want to drill for oil in the Australian Bight, one of the most pristine ocean environments left on Earth, supporting vibrant coastal communities, jobs and recreational activities. The Bight is a haven for whales, fish, birds, marine mammals, plants life and an array of invertebrate ecosystems. Scientists estimate around 85% of the species that live in the Great Australian Bight are found nowhere else on Earth. What happens to the environment of the Bight affects the diversity of the marine world on a global scale. #fightforthebight 📷 by @freedomstudios #repost @destinationsurfcoast ・・・ What an incredible turnout of 1000’s of people who paddled out at Cosy Corner Torquay to protest against big oil companies who want to drill for oil in the Australian Bight, one of the most pristine ocean environments left on Earth, supporting vibrant coastal communities, jobs and recreational activities. The Bight is a haven for whales, fish, birds, marine mammals, plants life and an array of invertebrate ecosystems. Scientists estimate around 85% of the species that live in the Great Australian Bight are found nowhere else on Earth. What happens to the environment of the Bight affects the diversity of the marine world on a global scale. #fightforthebight 📷 by @freedomstudios
  • #repost @destinationsurfcoast ・・・ What an incredible turnout of 1000’s of people who paddled out at Cosy Corner Torquay to protest against big oil companies who want to drill for oil in the Australian Bight, one of the most pristine ocean environments left on Earth, supporting vibrant coastal communities, jobs and recreational activities. The Bight is a haven for whales, fish, birds, marine mammals, plants life and an array of invertebrate ecosystems. Scientists estimate around 85% of the species that live in the Great Australian Bight are found nowhere else on Earth. What happens to the environment of the Bight affects the diversity of the marine world on a global scale. #fightforthebight 📷 by @freedomstudios
  • 35 2