About the Great Artesian Basin Protection Group

The Great Artesian Basin Protection Group is a not-for-profit organisation whose objectives are;

To protect, conserve and preserve for sustainable beneficial use, the surface and ground waters, and the integrity of the Great Artesian Basin (GAB) including, but not limited to:

  1. promotion and protection of ecological and sustainable development; and
  2. commissioning of technical reports and submission in relation to the impacts of development, of and upon the GAB and the farmland and communities that depend upon it.

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On the 2019 NSW state election, let’s all #DareToVoteDifferent!

Spread the word and share with your friends so together we can #PutTheNatsLast.

You can make a difference! Visit our website at www.anyonebutnats.com.au to learn more and donate to this very important campaign! #AnyoneButNats
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"If you’ve always doubted the sense of privatising government-owned businesses, vindication is now flowing thick and faster. In many – but not all - cases it’s turned out to be bad idea. One that’s costing consumers a pretty penny. Unscrambling the egg, however, is proving a frustrating and painful process.

Many people feared that if private businesses were allowed to buy government businesses, the first thing they’d do would be to jack up their prices. Politicians and supposed experts told them not to worry. Sorry, experts wrong, doubting punters right."
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And when we said, "Don't sell"....they didn't listen...what would we know, right! And they're STILL not listening.

The gov't could be making yearly profits and we would be saving money, all proceeds of which would be staying in this country!!!!

Comes with a no kidding response doesn’t it? Businesses don’t tend toward altruism...

Telstra was the problem. They were so corrupt, so indulgent that privatisation was the only option. I worked with a bloke for a while who had been a manager at Telstra. He was such a lazy incompetent crook. it was ridiculous and he had actually cleaned his act up a great deal by that time. He never said a much about it. It was obvious he knew he should be ashamed. But occasionally he would let something slip and it was always something utterly appalling.

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September

An Arvo on the Green

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  • CoonambleGolf Club

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June

War4Water Concert

  • Pub open Midday, Concert from 1pm
  • Armatree Hotel

WAR4WATER Concert 2018 Featuring: Sara Storer, The Bushwackers & Greg Storer Sunday 3 June 2018 at the Armatree Hotel Pub open

We are all in this fight together, we’re here together because we all care about our country and know that water is valuable and we need to protect it. It’s what sustains us all here in this room today. The land and the waterways are in our songs and story lines, our memories and dreaming, it’s in our blood all of us here.

Teresa Trindall

Gamilaroi Woman, GABPG meeting 10 Feb 2018

We have been let down by our leaders but that’s not good enough, we will stand firm, the people will speak and they will not let this happen

We have an obligation to hand over to future generations whats been given to us

David Chadwick

Tamworth Country Cares Concert 2018

We have the largest, deepest artesian basin in the entire world under almost a quarter of Australia,  I believe it’s the single greatest resource and asset Australia has.

Anne Kennedy