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10 July 2021
By Matt Hrkac

Extinction Rebellion: Red Rebels at the Twelve Apostles against gas exploration

As part of its "gas led recovery" out of the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government have opened up an area around the Twelve Apostles and Port Campbell in Victoria to offshore gas drilling.

Extinction Rebellion and the Red Rebels staged an action at the Twelve Apostles and Port Campbell in protest against gas drilling.

The Red Rebel Brigade is an international performance 'artivist' troupe dedicated to illuminating the global environmental crisis and supporting groups and organisations fighting to save humanity and all species from mass extinction.

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Matt Hrkac is a freelance photographer from Geelong and works primarily in the Geelong and Melbourne areas. He uses his photojournalistic photography style to cover numerous public events, activism and protests. In addition to this, he also works as a stills photographer for productions as well as covering live performances. If you like what you see, please consider giving a small donation to help cover expenses.

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