Local Irwin message

CROCODILE Hunter Steve Irwin’s father Bob Irwin, has used media hype around Steve Irwin Day this week to bring attention to a development proposal at Tin Can Bay.

Mr Irwin said on Monday, if two marinas went ahead in pristine Tin Can Bay, they would threaten the region’s dugong and dolphins.

“I will continue Steve’s message to fight for all those that do not have a voice,” he said.

“For myself, every day is a Steve Irwin Day. I feel very fortunate and privileged to be Steve’s dad.”

To get behind the campaign to stop the marina visit www.marina.tincanbaydolphins.com.au.

So far, 15,402 people have ‘clicked’ to save Tin Can Bay.

Gympie Times


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