On Wednesday this week, NSW Environment and Heritage Minister, Gabrielle Upton, officially gazetted Cliefden Caves on the State Heritage RegisterRead more
The Save Cliefden Caves Association welcomes Australia Post’s decision to release a new stamp collection featuring Cliefden Caves, which is under threat of flooding by a proposed NSW government dam.Read more
At the beginning of this month, the NSW authority undertaking the investigations at the caves (WaterNSW) made an announcement concerning phase two of their investigations. Damming the Belubula River was far from ruled out. We have written to the Water Minister, Niall Blair, asking for more details regarding the phase two investigations. You can find this letter below.
Next week is the by-election in the NSW seat of Orange - a crucial seat when it comes to saving the Cliefden Caves. In order to find out the policies of the major political parties and independent candidates towards saving Cliefden Caves and the Belubula River, we’ve put a series of questions to all the by election candidates. The questions we asked, and they’re extended responses can be found below.Read more
Above: Central West community group representatives gather on the Belubula River to voice their disapproval over the proposed dam.Read more
MEDIA RELEASE: Belubula Alliance welcomes NSW Labor announcement on Belubula River dam and Cliefden Caves
Friday 21 October 2016
The Belubula River Alliance welcomes the NSW Labor Opposition’s announcement to oppose plans to construct a dam on the Belubula River, and to protect the unique Cliefden Caves site with a NSW Heritage Listing.Read more