Waves of Change: FREE Brisbane Film Screenings + Q&A

Friday, 01 Oct, 2021

Waves of Change: Brisbane Film Screenings

Join us for an intimate screening of Sea Shepherd Australia's Marine Debris Campaign Film "Untrashing Djulpan" and Carly Wilson's "Rubber Jellyfish" at Sandgate Town Hall on November 5th, 2021. Tickets are FREE, but places are limited due to COVID venue restrictions so book your spot below or visit the Facebook event page. 


Untrashing Djulpan details the collaborative clean-up with the Dhimurru Indigenous Rangers at Djulpan in Northeast Arnhem Land in the NT and Sea Shepherd's Marine Debris Team.


Rubber Jellyfish features mother-to-be, Carly Wilson, who travels around Australia and investigates the effect of helium balloons on the environment.


The night will also feature some amazing, guest speakers, with a special Q&A from;
📌 Grahame Lloyd - Waves of Change Project Leader & Sea Shepherd's Qld State Coordinator, Marine Debris Campaign
📌 Morgan Beazley - Sea Shepherd's Brisbane Marine Debris Coordinator
📌 Carly Wilson - Creator of Rubber Jellyfish
📌 Brad Dalrymple – Environmental Engineer with Ocean Protect
📌 Brisbane City Council Litter Team


Come down and meet like-minded people, check out some amazing environmental work going on in SE Queensland, and have a chit-chat with the brilliant line up of guest speakers.


🏴‍☠️ You'll also be able to grab Sea Shepherd Merch at the event, as an added bonus.


The Waves of Change Project has received funding support from the Queensland Government’s Community Sustainability Action grant program.

Watch the trailer for Untrashing Djulpan

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