Save the Nullabor

The limestone Nullarbor Plain is the largest contiguous karst landscape in the world. Its arid landscape possesses features of World Heritage significance – both cultural and natural. There are more than 6,000 karst sites so far identified.

This natural and cultural wonderland is threatened by a huge ‘green’ industrial proposal incorporating a port, towns increasing from about 50 people to 5,000, 3,000 wind turbines to be built on soft rock and much else including hundreds (thousands?) of acres of solar panels – some over the greatest density of karst features.