Toondah Harbour: save the bay

To protect the critically endangered Eastern Curlew and many other threatened species, it is vital that the Federal Government save Toondah Harbour. The Walker Corporation's proposal will permanently destroy many hectares of irreplaceable migratory shorebird feeding habitat.

CR Critically Endangered (CR)

Urge Minister Plibersek to save Toondah Harbour

Toondah Harbour is habitat for critically endangered Eastern Curlew and other migratory shorebirds and is at risk of getting destroyed by Walker Corporation’s plans.

The fate of Toondah Harbour’s precious Ramsar wetlands and birds is now in the hands of Environment Minister Plibersek.

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Join us in making it clear that this nature-destroying project must not be approved. Email Minister Plibersek today!

Resources, Actions & Facts


Minister to decide fate of Toondah wetlands

The clock is ticking for Minister to decide on Walker Corporation’s destructive Toondah Harbour real estate project.

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Read the Guardian's coverage on Toondah Harbour

Toondah Harbour: should a wetland home to endangered birds become $1.3bn worth of shops, high-rises and a marina?

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Watch ABC 4 Corners

Watch the ABC 4 Corners Extinction Nation program which detailed the Toondah Harbour development proposal and its impacts to threatened shorebirds.

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Migratory Shorebirds

Australia's migratory shorebirds are incredible, many flying to and from the Northern Hemisphere every year. But sadly, because of the destruction of their habitats, hunting, and disturbance, their numbers have declined greatly.

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Far Eastern Curlew

Far Eastern Curlews are the largest of the world’s shorebirds, and are 'Critically Endangered'. With an impressive long bill

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