Our campaign is not anti-development for our growing city, it is about protecting, preserving and enhancing this special place for our people and our eco-friendly tourism, dive and surf industries, both for now and into the future.
Too important to lose
The Seaway alone supports over 450 species of aquatic life from whales to dugongs, dolphin and turtles, to seahorses and pelargic fish. The Broadwater supports an astonishing number of migratory and endangered birds.
Too beautiful to lose
And then there are the people of the Gold Coast, who respectfully and sustainably use, love and enjoy this precious place. We swim, surf, sail, boat, fish, kayak, canoe, row, parasail, jet-ski, walk, run and refresh our souls on and around our Broadwater.
Too loved to lose
Our Broadwater is an estuarine paradise right in the heart of our busy city which provides a vital recreational and economic benefit to the people of the Gold Coast, as well as a home and habitat for nature.
Political materials Authorised by Mark Barlow of 79 Chalk St, Lutwyche Qld 4030.