Another clean-up after mine landslip pollutes creek running through Royal National Park

Murray Trembath
Updated August 21 2023 - 3:59pm, first published 6:45am
Black sludge in Camp Gully Creek following the landslip in early August. Picture by James McCormack, Wild magazine.
Black sludge in Camp Gully Creek following the landslip in early August. Picture by James McCormack, Wild magazine.

Environmental groups are calling for tough action from the state government following another pollution incident at the Peabody Metropolitan Colliery at Helensburgh.

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Murray Trembath

Murray Trembath

Journalist

St George and Sutherland Shire Leader reporter covering politics, urban affairs, council, development and general community news. Email: mtrembath@theleader.com.au

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