240 ha of precious coastal vegetation along SA's iconic Limestone Coast is proposed to be destroyed to make way for a 36 hole luxury golf course.
A diverse and important connection to the Little Dip Conservation Park, it lies in a coastal conservation zone, and provides important habitat for a range of native plants and animals.
The NCSSA believes that this would be a serious act of environmental vandalism and urges you to write to your local State Member of Parliament to urge that this development not go ahead.
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