The Pumicestone Passage
Take Action for Pumicestone Passage (TAPP) is a Caloundra based volunteer group trying to protect and enhance the Pumicestone Passage environment and catchment. We also share our knowledge with schools, community groups and U3A classes.
Our Current Projects
Take Action for Pumicestone Passage (TAPP) is a volunteer group whose aim is to protect and enhance the Pumicestone Passage environment and catchment. Our current core projects are shown on the PROJECTS page. We also share our knowledge with schools, community groups and U3A classes.
Meetings are the second Tuesday of every month in Caloundra, and we have work bees periodically. Designated members are also actively working on projects on an ongoing basis. Our membership fee is $20/year and we welcome new members who wish to actively participate as well as those who simply wish to join to offer moral and financial support! For more information or membership application form please contact president Paul Harney at email@example.com
The members of TAPP Inc. feel strongly that – 1 – The interurban break is to be maintained in perpetuity. There needs to be “statutory
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Minutes of TAPP Inc. General Meeting September 8th 2020 Held in the Wave Room at Caloundra Power Boat Club All welcomed by Brady Sullivan Vice