Gas hub protest campaign travels south | The Australian:
THE campaign against Western Australia's most contentious resources project has moved more than 2000km south, to Premier Colin Barnett's doorstep.
Tomorrow's free Concert for the Kimberley has been timed for maximum impact ahead of the March 9 state election, with thousands expected to attend at the port of Fremantle.
Live music will be punctuated by speeches against Woodside's proposed $40 billion gas hub by former Greens leader Bob Brown and the WA Wilderness Society's state co-ordinator Peter Robertson.
"This rally could well prove a turning point in the campaign against the gas hub at James Price Point," Mr Robertson said.
John Butler, Missy Higgins and Ball Park Music will perform as the crowd is invited to send protest emails to state political candidates from their phones via a qr code generator.