The GWF wishes you a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year!On this occasion,…
Avia Frankham and her dad, Barry, put enormous effort, dedication and time into sewing a range of different sized, custom designer bags, with all proceeds going to the GWF. Thank you Frankhams!
“Hello my name is Avia and I have been camping at 3Mile ever since I was born. I worked on a school project where we needed to do something positive for an issue that we are passionate about. My idea was to upcycle old wetsuits into saleable products and donate the money to the GWF”.
“I have been going to Gnaraloo my whole life it’s my favourite place to be. I want to make sure the turtles are protected as they are such special little creatures that have lived there for so long. That is why I was motivated to support this foundation. I am also a keen surfer trying to make surfing as eco friendly as possible. ”
Avia spent hours, supported by her family, to make these special once-off bags out of upcycled wetsuit material, which is not an easy stitching job by any means!
Limited edition Avia Frankham Bags.
“Avia, it was a pleasure to work with you and we thank you for your efforts!”
Kat (GWF Chair) firstname.lastname@example.org
The GWF’s valuable work has mostly been undertaken pro bono by various professionals since 2018.
Help our work at Gnaraloo
• BE A GNARALOO FRIEND
Help Gnaraloo through an affordable financial subscription. All membership fees are tax deductible.
• PAY ONE OF THE GWF’S INVOICES
Various professionals support our work at greatly subsidised rates. Pay one of these invoices and get a substantial tax deduction in return!
• READ the GWF’s “Notice of harm to Aboriginal and environmental heritage values at Gnaraloo Cape Farquhar, Southern Ningaloo Coast, National and World Heritage Area” (January 2021) here. The track was opened by the Shire of Carnarvon on 1 December 2020 and this serious matter has still not been stopped as at November 2023.
• EXPRESS YOUR CONCERN TO GOVERNMENT
Speak or write to your local Member of Parliament to express your concerns about the damage being done to the Gnaraloo coastline, its turtle nesting areas as well as to the heritage values of the Gnaraloo Cape Farquhar Area and press them for better resourcing and action to stop this.