Category Archives: Kimberley

Nyarlku takes all the jakurli to Broome

Story told by Bessie Doonday, Walmajarri elder, 22 June 2012, reproduced with permission from ‘Walmajarri Plants & Animals: Aboriginal biocultural knowledge from the Paruku IPA, Southern Kimberley, Australia. In the Waljirri, or Dreaming, Nyarlku the bilby found all the jakurli … Continue reading

July 08, 2016
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Searching for a Phantom in the Kimberley

By Dr Alexander Watson, Kimberley Program Manager, WWF-Australia   This is my home away from home. Living in the Kimberley for over four years, working in areas like this, believe me, I know I’m one lucky scientist. Not only is … Continue reading

April 08, 2016
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Seeing the unseen

By Jessica Koleck, Conservation Assistant – Kimberley Region, WWF-Australia Just because an animal is rarely seen, doesn’t mean that it isn’t around.  Surveying for furry and feathered critters can be difficult when the animals are extremely shy, nocturnal and the … Continue reading

WWF-Australia November 19, 2013
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Rocking for Wallabies

Bayden points to a rock face, a kind of domed and honeycombed section of the eroded dissected plateau that we stand exhausted upon. “He look like that Buddha head,” he whispers into the rising heat. As we stand out on … Continue reading

Chris Curnow December 20, 2012
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Kimberley sea life swims down to Parliament House

As conservationists, some days we get to do some quite unusual things. Yesterday was one of them. To draw attention to our vision for the Great Kimberley Marine Park, Kimberley marine campaign groups created an ‘inflatable marine park’ on the … Continue reading

Paul Gamblin August 17, 2012
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The sea change comes to Canberra

An address by Tim Winton to Parliamentarians in the Mural Hall, Parliament House, Canberra, 9 May, 2012 Think of your happiest moments, your most vivid memories. A holiday. Summer. It’s always summer, isn’t it? Mum and Dad. Maybe a caravan, … Continue reading

WWF-Australia May 24, 2012
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