Category Archives: Kimberley

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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Another language, another land, another Australia

Within WWF-Australia, Tanya Vernes lives in the most remote region of us all. Up in the Kimberley it is almost like another world, with its own customs, lifestyle and even – as she explains – its own language.

WWF Western Australia March 04, 2010
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A hot time in the Kimberley

  Tanya Vernes joined an annual Indigenous Protected Area Managers meeting. The managers came from right across north Australia to meet at the the Nygah Nygah outstation in Karajarri country which includes the red lands south of Broome. Over an incredible few … Continue reading

WWF Western Australia December 11, 2009
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