An ancient, ice-sculpted landscape

In the summer of 2021-22 it will be fifty years since the water of the Serpentine impoundment swallowed the wide pinkish-white quartzite beach Lake Pedder: the jewel of Tasmania’s wilderness. In the midst of the global climate change and biodiversity emergency, we need symbols of hope and powerful examples of ecological restoration to turn the tide on destruction and align with our values that wilderness and nature are integral to our existence. It is time to uncover and restore the jewel of Tasmania.

Lake Pedder Restoration Incorporated, co-convened by Christine Milne and Todd Dudley, are pleased to invite you to help us bring this ancient landscape back to life. You can help by:

Restoration of the original Lake Pedder is possible.

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