Photos from "Hands off World Heritage" public meeting

Hobart Town Hall. Photo: Dan Broun

A hall full of people turned out at the Hobart Town Hall for the Public Meeting held to outline concerns about the Tasmanian Government’s plans to weaken wilderness protection in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, and encourage people to have their say. 

Speakers were World Heritage Expert Jamie Kirkpatrick, Environmentalist Bob Brown, Champion Orienteer & Runner Hanny Allston, and Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre’s Ruth Langford.

Ruth Langford. Photo: Dan Broun
Ruth Langford
The Hall
Hobart Town Hall. Photo: Dan Broun
Jamie Kirkpatrick
Jamie Kirkpatrick. Photo: Dan Broun
The Crowd
Hobart Town Hall. Photo: Dan Broun
Hanny Allston
Hanny Allston. Photo: Dan Broun
Bob Brown
Bob Brown. Photo: Dan Broun
The Hall
Hobart Town Hall. Photo: Dan Broun

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  • Victoria Gerent
    commented 2019-01-28 05:51:11 +1100
    Wow that’s a beautiful room with a lot of beautiful people. I’ll have to get invited to the next one as my friend is there. She looks very happy 1st photo. Thank you for sharing! Sincerely, Victoria
  • Patty Mattos
    commented 2017-06-09 05:38:50 +1000
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  • Alexia Salgado
    commented 2016-04-07 03:36:46 +1000
    These public meetings are very important to the context of inclusion of the population in politics in general. Curso Trader Esportivo da Haten
  • Ann Pittman
    commented 2015-03-20 12:26:42 +1100
    New package is looking good … but where is the story and or video to accompany these great photos? What did these good people say? I’m not a Tasmanian so not even sure what the issue is.