Mallacoota - the good, the bad and the ugly

To: "Alastair Smith" <>
Subject: Mallacoota - the good, the bad and the ugly
From: Steve <>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 19:37:23 +1100
G'day Alistair

It's the same on the west coast of Victoria. Summer campers and visitors (and locals of course) totally ignore the signs about no dogs, no vehicles etc. and do what they like. A group of us walked the beaches from the SA border to Port Fairy and there were dogs and vehicles everywhere. No policing. There are plenty of signs but these are useless without policing and, as you say, penalties.


for an example of how things can be better and

for an example of the attitudes of the opposition.

I love this quote: "Obviously these enviro wachos are not Darwinists (survival of the fittest)".

Apparently Hooded and Snowy Plovers etc. deserve to die out if they can't cope with our dogs, quad bikes and Hummers.

Hamilton, Vic

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