There was a historic gathering of Indigenous groups in the remote town of Elliott recently. They had come from communities across the Territory to stand in solidarity and protect the Territory’s sacred waterways from fracking.
“Our water, Our land, No Fracking” was chanted by Indigenous leaders and community members as they marched down the main street of Elliott. They sent a strong message to the NT Government that they want a permanent Territory-wide fracking ban.
Community leaders pledged to stand together against proposed invasive fracked gas fields that could compromise water supplies for tens of thousands of Territorians.
Fracking “puts the health of our land, water, communities and culture at risk”, said Eleanor Dixon, a Mudburra Garawa custodian and organiser of the event.
You can help protect the Territory from shale gas fracking!
Save the date – November 18th, Water is Life
Join us for a march through Darwin to Parliament House, followed by a family fun day on the Esplanade. Help make this day a success by bringing your ideas and enthusiasm to our Frack Free meet ups.
Frack Free NT invites you to join us at our fortnightly meet ups. We are a diverse group of locals who share a passion for the Territory and want the NT protected by a fracking ban. New members are always welcome!
Frack Free Darwin meets at 6pm on the 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday of every month at the Lock the Gate office, 98 Woods Street, Darwin.
Rural Frack Free meets at 6.30pm on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at Kezia Purick MLA’s office in Coolalinga (use door behind Domino’s).
For more information please visit
Don’t Frack the Territory Facebook Page