Our team has been working on something very special to help you save our oceans.
Today we are launching the stunning new website for marine conservation in Australia.
As an ocean defender, this is your website for taking action to protect our seas!
Want to see? Take a look right now at marineconservation.org.au
A healthy planet depends on healthy oceans, but right now they are in peril. To save them, we are going to need your help. So we have rebuilt our website from the ground up – just for you.
I know you will be excited about some of these new features for taking action.
- New tools to help you take action – with new easier to use petition, email, and phone tools, there are more ways than ever to speak up for our marine life.
- New AMCS Shop – we’ve given the Marine Conservation Shop a whale of an upgrade! Mobile friendly, easy to browse, and now with PayPal – it is now easy to show your support with gifts that give back to our oceans!
- Optimised for tablets and smartphones – our website works on any smartphone or mobile device. Now you can take action to protect our marine life quickly, whenever and wherever you are!
- A new home for Fight For Our Reef – our world-leading campaign to protect our precious Great Barrier Reef comes home to our marine conservation website.
There is so much more for you to discover. Check it out at marineconservation.org.au!You are the first to test drive our new website! Our dedicated team are working hard to make the transition seamless, but if you run into a wrinkle or two, please let us know so we can smooth it out. We want to be sure that it is easy and rewarding for you to be a part of the movement saving Australia’s oceans – because together we have a big job ahead.
We’d love your help. Let us know what you think about our new website, because it also belongs to you! Share your thoughts, or any errors you find at firstname.lastname@example.org
I really hope you love it as much as we do.
Thanks for being a part of this inspiring movement that has been defending Australia’s oceans for over 50 years.