And every single one talks about the alleged health effects of the technology, urging the government to stop the rollout until studies have been done to ascertain whether it is safe. A majority of the submissions are from women.
A typical submission, from one Kaye Handley, who is part of a campaign to stop 5G in Bunbury, reads:
"...I make this submission today because I am extremely concerned about the rollout and upgrades to the 5G technology in Australia.
"I am also extremely concerned about the speed with which the telecommunication industry is installing towers and upgrading existing infrastructure without community consultation or due diligence to duty of care of the community, overriding worldwide, independent scientific studies of the dangers of 5G."
Another, from one Diane King, which appears to have been written on a typewriter, reads: "I do not want to be looking at any antenna or small cell facility for 5G in this street as I chose this 'clean green environment' with extremely low wireless radiation. Property values could be lowered by 5G antennas here."
King also claims that the lower number of insects which pollinate plants are due to wireless radiations.
A third, from one Elizabeth Green, says: "Having read many articles and reports from here and abroad and how it has affected the town of Gateshead in the UK, where insects, birds and trees are dying from the effects of 5G, it made me research further, and have joined local and international groups that share information on 5G.
"Australia is a beautiful country with its unique flora and fauna , it would be devastating to see our wild life fall from the skies."
Friday is the last date for making submissions. No submissions from companies are yet listed, but presumably that will happen after CoB today.