Wildlife Travel in Tasmania

Today’s hangout with colleagues in Tasmania and Victoria

Guests:
Tonia Cochran, Inala Nature Tours and Inala Country Accommodation
http://www.inalabruny.com.au

Janine Duffy and Roger Smith, Echidna Walkabout
http://www.echidnawalkabout.com.au

One of Tasmania’s finest, and most internationally valued tourism businesses is under threat. Please

Wildlife Travel in Tasmania Hangout @EchidnaW

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One Response to Wildlife Travel in Tasmania

  1. echidnaw says:

    What to do? Here’s a list of politicians to write to to voice your concerns:

    “For those that would wish to help, in the first instance we would suggest that you have your say to those that have the ability to change this decision. The Inala team urge you to contact the following to object to any logging of coupe SB16B at the expense of Inala’s business and the natural values of the area. Feel free to include all the addresses in the same email and please cc inala@inalabruny.com.au so we can track support.”

    Premier of Tasmania, Hon Will Hodgman MP who is also Minister for Tourism.
    Email: will.hodgman@parliament.tas.gov.au
    Address: Parliament House, Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania, 7000.

    Tasmanian Minister for Resources, Paul Harriss.
    Email: paul.harriss@parliament.tas.gov.au

    Tasmanian Minister for the Environment, Matthew Groom.
    Email: matthew.groom@parliament.tas.gov.au

    Federal Minister for the Environment Greg Hunt MP. Email: Greg.Hunt.MP@aph.gov.au

    Federal Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb MP. Email: Andrew.Robb.MP@aph.gov.au

    Senator Richard Colbeck. Email: senator.colbeck@aph.gov.au

    You can also contribute to the debate by writing to the local newspaper: http://www.themercury.com.au/news/opinion/letter-to-the-editor

    Thanks, Janine

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