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Ways you can take action!

Letter for immediate moratorium for all NSW Zombie DAs

The NSW Legislative Assembly has begun an inquiry into Zombie DAs.

Until this is completed, we are URGENTLY calling on a Moratorium for ALL Zombie DAs, to halt works at Wallum.


Please write to Paul Scully and Chris Minns now. We're aiming for 2000 letters by the end of the week. Help us make this possible!


We have all the information needed for your letter right here.


Plus here are some letter writing tips

  • Introduce yourself and the issue

  • Address the Ministers according to title, "The Honourable Premier Minns and the Honourable Minister Scully"

  • Be concise, clear, polite and to the point

  • Include the clear ask, a Moratorium on all Zombie DAs, the technicalities of this are included in the notes.

  • Clearly state why you want them to take action

  • Add a personal touch, share your community connections

  • Be authentic, connect to their humanity, and what you care about personally, how these issues matter to you, your family and community

  • Thank the Premier and Min of Planning for considering your letter

  • Add that you're looking foward to their reply

  • Be patient and send a follow up letter in the coming weeks if required if you dont hear back.


Ask Minister Plibersek to
Call the Development In

We need thousands of letters from our local community and the greater Australian community to be sent to Tanya Plibersek.  


Simply click on the link to get to the letter template and email the minister, it's a process that will take you just a few minutes, but will have a mighty impact.


Submission to
NSW Parliament about Zombie DAs

Open for submissions until June 3rd

The NSW Legislative Assembly Planning and Environment Committee are doing an inquiry into historical development consents (Zombie DAs)
Have your say!

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Take the Contractor Pledge

Are you a local community organisation that has been approached to work on the Save Wallum site, and you've said no?

We want to publicly recognise the contracting companies that are pledging to stand with the Save Wallum campaign and the community to save wallum.

You can take the Contractor Pledge, to publicly stand with community here!

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Visit and support the Community Vigil

The community have been protecting the Wallum site around the clock since the Byron Shire Council meeting on the 8th of February, where it was voted that the subdivision certificate could be issued with minor adjustments to the consent conditions.

There are several ways you can support the Save Wallum Community Vigil.

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Get Involved

Do you feel you could contribute to our cause and help Save Wallum?


Get involved by filling out our volunteer form today

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