South Coast Health and Sustainability Alliance

A group to undertake projects to help achieve a zero carbon Eurobodalla, NSW.


Southcoast Health & Sustainability Alliance. HELPING MAKE THE EUROBODALLA A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK & PLAY. We are doing this by championing renewable energy, sustainability and community resilience projects across the Shire.

Community-led solutions including
Proactive responses to the climate crisis including drought, floods and bushfires
Eurobodalla Community Solar Program for homes and businesses
Community solar and energy efficiency projects
Hire of SHASA owned electric bicycles
Community engagement, local food and water security

The municipality of Eurobodalla covers 110km of the south coast between Durras and Wallaga Lake including Bateman’s Bay, Mogo, Moruya, Tuross Heads, Narooma and many hamlets in between. With our recent experiences of drought, bushfires, floods and now COVID 19, Eurobodalla has a great opportunity to reinvent itself. New technologies, new thinking, new living and new work opportunities can help us create an inspiring future for all as we move to a better, cleaner economy. Check out our strategic plan SHASA’s 2030 Vision

Our Aim: 100% Renewable Energy Eurobodalla by 2030

Acknowledgement of Country – SHASA recognises Aboriginal people of the Yuin Nation as the original inhabitants and custodians of all land and water in the Eurobodalla and respects their enduring cultural and spiritual connection to it. SHASA acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land in which we live and we pay our respect to Elders past, present and future.

In 2014 a walk was held in Moruya to highlight climate change. A small group of interested local community members who attended this walk, then formed a group to undertake projects to help achieve a zero carbon Eurobodalla. This group was named Southcoast Health and Sustainability Alliance (SHASA) and was incorporated on the 29th February 2016. SHASA currently has an Executive of 8 members. Other community members attend the meetings to participate in projects across the Eurobodalla. All community members are welcomed resulting in a busy group of people attending monthly meetings (held via Zoom) and implementing practical solutions to build community leadership, resilience, and capability to deal with our climate chaos and it’s many impacts including drought, flood, and bushfire.

SHASA have recently updated our strategic plan to 2030. It outlines our key areas of focus for the next decade and will be regularly reviewed. All feedback welcomed via our contact page.

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