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Here's 7 things you can do to support our campaign against seismic blasting

1. Write to your local MP

There's a reason this is at the top of the list. Writing a letter to your MP is one of the best things you can do right now to support our campaign. Let them know that you do not want seismic blasting and new gas development off of the Victorian coastline.

Click here to send a pre-filled letter to your MP.

2. Sign the petition to abolish SPA permits

Special Prospecting Authority permits are a cheap and easy way for companies to buy access to large areas of ocean to conduct seismic blasting. The Australian Marine Conservation Society have a petition to abolish SPA permits.

Sign the petition here.

3. Sign up to our mailing list

Join our mailing list and stay up to date with the campaign, upcoming events, and news way to support us. 

Click here to join the mailing list.

4. Share information on social media

Follow us on instagram @oceanclimatenetwork or Facebook at OCEAN, and share our posts throughout your networks. We will also have some resources available to download soon which will have information on what seismic blasting is and what is currently being proposed.

5. Donate to OCEAN

One of the best ways you can support is to donate to help fund our campaign against seismic blasting. OCEAN is a small community group, so we rely on small grants and donations from the community to fund our work. Click here to make a donation.

6. Volunteer with OCEAN

If you want to do more than send letters and sign petitions, then please express your interest in volunteering with OCEAN. Send us an email with your skills and how you may be valuable to the campaign, and we may be able to find something for you.

Send an email to

7. Raise awareness in your neighbourhood

Spread the word about seismic blasting in your neighbourhood by putting up posters, handing out flyers, or doing letter box drops. We'll give you the resources you need to help spread the word.

If you're interested in any of this, send us an email at

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