Australia Walk Against Global Warming!

By heather at 1:00 am on Friday, October 27, 2006

walk against warmingThat’s right, aside from changing your lightbulbs and reducing your personal emissions, you can coerse the government into helping as well by pledging your feet to walk with thousands of others here in Australia on the International Day of Action on Climate Change, this Saturday, Nov 4th 2006.

The Australian Government doesn’t care about climate change. We know you do. The Government will only take real action on climate change and protect our kids’ futures if you to tell them to. Join thousands of otherAustralians in a peaceful walk urging action on climate change now.

Check out the times & locations of a walk location near you…

Sydney - 11am Martin Place (walk to Tarpeian Way next to Botanic Gardens)

Melbourne - 1pm Town Hall (walk to Birrarung Marr)

Brisbane - 2pm Queens Park (cnr George & Elizabeth St)

Canberra - 12pm Civic Square, Legislative Assembly (walk to Glebe Park)

Perth - 12:30pm Russel Square, Northbridge

Adelaide
- 10am Adelaide Airport (walk to West Beach)

Hobart - 12pm Franklin Square (walk to Princes Park Battery Point)

Darwin - 5pm Jetty at Nightcliff Foreshore

Cairns (QLD) - 10am City Place (walk to Foggerty Park) Bring a brolly!

Byron Bay (NSW) - 9:30am Peace Pole (by the beach)

Parramatta (NSW) - 9:30am Amphitheatre (near the Town Hall)

Ballarat (VIC) - 11am Windmill Drive, Lake Wendouree

Newcastle (NSW) - 1pm Nobby’s Beach (near the Surf Life Saving Club)

Maitland (NSW) - 10am Maitland Post Office (walk to Maitland Park)

Bunbury (WA) - 11am Big Swamp Wildlife Park

Port Macquarie (NSW) - 10am Town Green (walk to Town Beach)

Grafton (NSW) - 5:30pm Jacaranda Float Parade

Pambula (NSW) - 10am Tennis Courts (Toalla St)

Wollongong (NSW) - 10:30am Crown St Mall Amphitheatre

Robertson (NSW) - 9am Calong St Bridge (tree planting & walk to CTC)

Bowral (NSW) - 2pm CWA Hall (Wingecarribee St)

Townsville (QLD) - 3pm ANZAC Park (walk to Strand Park)

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