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What is Save Bastion Point?

A large number of organisations and individuals comprising the Save Bastion Point Campaign formed a coalition in 2004 to fight the East Gippsland Shire Council’s proposal for a large scale breakwater and boat ramp development (known as Option 3b) at Bastion Point, Mallacoota. The Campaign specifically works together to protect the many values of Bastion Point, to promote safe and sustainable use of the area and to oppose inappropriate development on the Bastion Point headland. See our Campaign Fact Sheet or view the 7.30 Report 4 Oct 2013,  Surfrider Foundation Australia’s Broken Boards, Broken Dreams, or the Parker family’s Where do the children play?

See In the Media for the latest print media articles and letters on Bastion Point.

Listen to Radio 3RRR 102.7 FM Radio Marinara on Sunday mornings at 9.00 am to hear the latest news, or for previous weeks catch the Radio Marinara podcasts .

Media Releases

Media Release SBPC 22 November 2013 – Protests over coastal destruction at Bastion Point escalates

Media Release VNPA 14 November 2013 Bastion Point – beautiful one day, bulldozed the next

Media Release Surfrider Foundation 13 Nov 2013  Excavators start tearing up Bastion Point – Putting lives at Risk

Media Release SBPC 12 November 2013 Protester locks on at Mallacoota Beach

Media Release SBPC 11 November 2013 Lines drawn on the sand at Bastion Point

Previous Media Releases may be accessed on our Campaign pulldown.

General News and Events

Destruction of Bastion Point started on 11 November 2013. On 23 January 2013 the Minister for the Environment and Climate Change, Ryan Smith, gave approval under the Coastal Management Act for East Gippsland Shire Council to construct the Option 3b breakwater and beach road. We will continue to oppose this uneconomic and environmentally destructive project. This decision by the Minister shows that no piece of Victoria’s coastline or beach is safe from poorly planned and destructive developments.

In the Media – for a compilation of all the latest media articles

All About Bastion

See our Surfing, Music and Gallery pages! Our Destruction Gallery contains photos of the headland being gradually destroyed from 11 November 2013 onwards.