Surfbreak Protection Society
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Surfbreak Protection membership 2012/13

Our focus in 2012/13 is to ensure that all key NZ surfbreaks (not just the iconic ones) are fully identified and protected in each Regional Coastal Plan (administered by the Regional, District and Local Councils across the country) – no small feat – and to continue to fight to protect our iconic coastal surfbreaks from development and pollution.

We really value the support from our Members – renew or join the Surfbreak Protection Society as a fully paidup supporting member and to make a small donation to our cause.

Membership runs from 1st April to 31st March each year. Donations we could use anytime, as the cost of protecting surfbreaks – by attending council hearings, making submissions and monitoring surfbreaks – continues to rise.

The fully paidup membership for the 2012/13 year is $12 per person – this gives you voting rights, representation and a voice on the Society, regular information through our monthly email newsletter and access to our submission documents and reference material on the website.

You can fully support us by becoming both a Member and by making a small donation – click the link below, enter your details and make the payment online using either Paypal (if you have a Paypal account) or by using your regular Debit or Credit bank card – it’s that simple.

click here to join or make a donation.

We look forward to your continuing support in the year ahead.

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