Beneath the waves by Bondi Mermaids

The Bondi Mermaids are a group of the Sydney community that want to highlight that there are no ‘passive use’ marine areas in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.

Most beach-goers that visit Bondi will never know the beauty that lies below the waves.

There’s so much happening above the waves that it’s easy to forget the other world that lives below.

Blue Gropers are known to become a part of the community

The Bondi Mermaids are a group of the Sydney community that want to highlight that there are no “passive use’ marine areas in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.

This video gives you a fantastic insight into the marine life that lives in Bondi and the Eastern Suburbs and highlights the plight of the Bondi Mermaids in trying to create 3 areas of ‘passive use’ similar to Cabbage Tree Bay in Manly.

Currently, you can fish 100% of the eastern suburbs which neglects passive users who want to see diverse, mature and abundant marine life.

You can find out more about Bondi Mermaids and sign the petition on their website.

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