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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Yes23 campaign ramps up in Eurobodalla region

Last Sunday, Eurobodalla for Yes volunteers and locals met at the Batemans Bay foreshore for a group photo and mark their first public get together. Over 100 people came together and showed their support for a YES vote in the local region for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament. Yes23 continues to have a significant presence within the region with more events to come in the upcoming months. Last weekend everyday Australians held community events across Australia in support of the Yes campaign, with over 8000 homes being doorknocked and an army of volunteers out on the streets. In the local Eurobodalla region volunteers have a stand at every market in the Bay, including Narooma and Moruya. The volunteers are keenly engaging with the local community and distributing information about the upcoming referendum. Eurobodalla for Yes will be hosting information sessions across the area and encourage those interested to get in contact. The group is available to travel to communities, workplace, organisations, sports and social clubs to share information and meet with local communities. Paul Spooner for Eurobodalla for Yes said “This is about bringing Australians together. We are building a positive movement that includes people from all walks of life and we encourage everyone to get behind this referendum that will give Indigenous people a real say on issues that affect them,” “We have an enthusiastic and motivated group of volunteers supporting a Yes vote here in the Eurobodalla and we encourage those interested to join us, or a Yes 23 volunteering group wherever you are across Australia.” More information can be found here.


On Sunday 6 August over 100 people came together on the pontoon at the Batemans Bay foreshore for a photoshoot - comprising Eurobodalla for Yes volunteers and supporters of the Yes vote.

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