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Save Parsley Bay Day – Saturday, February 24

City PR < 1 mins read

WHAT: A community rally to Save Parsley Bay and our endangered White’s seahorses from a sewage pumping station

WHEN: Saturday Feb 24, 12-3pm

WHERE: Parsley Bay Reserve, Vaucluse, Sydney

WHO: Current President of the Woollahra History Heritage Society, Former Federal Member for Wentworth Peter King 
Save Parsley Bay volunteer Geraldine Nordfeldt 
Bushcare volunteer Nicole McMahon

PHOTO/ VISION: Residents with protest signs, underwater GoPro of locals snorkelling with seahorses, stingrays, other marine life, picturesque harbourside park & playground filled with young families, historic white footbridge

Current NSW Legislative Assembly petition supported by local MP Kelly Sloane here

Previous GetUp Petition 5000+ signatures here

Active Instagram account @SaveParsleyBay 1200+ followers, many more videos and photos available

The New York Times described Parsley Bay in 2023 ‘an idyllic spot for a picnic and swim’.


Networks with a drone – opportunity to film striking vision from above the rainforest reserve starting at the waterfalls at Hopetoun Ave Vaucluse, down over Parsley Bay Creek and out to Parsley Bay in the harbour to visually illustrate the impending impact of Sydney Water’s sewage pumping station 

PARKING: the Reserve carpark will likely be full, best to park along either Hopetoun Ave or The Crescent Vaucluse and walk down

For further information please call Geraldine Nordfeldt :  0407 981 753

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