Join Broome film makers, photographers, and naturalists Richard Costin and Annabelle Sandes on a 7 day wildlife expedition cruise along the Kimberley coast. Travelling through some of the most remote parts of Australia, you’ll have the opportunity to photograph Humpback whales in their calving grounds as we travel through the Kimberley’s remarkable Buccaneer Archipelago, and the outer reefs and shoals. … Read More
Dr Carmen Lawrence speaks about the importance of the West Kimberley at TEDxPerth. Dr Lawrence is now Director of the Centre for the Study of Social Change in the School of Psychology at the University of Western Australia and Chair of the Australian Heritage Council. TEDxPerth 2012 took place on Saturday 8 December 2012 at the Octagon Theatre at the … Read More
Sea Shepherd’s Steve Irwin visited Broome and the Kimberley coast in August 2012 at the invitation of Aboriginal traditional owners, the Goolarabooloo, to raise awareness of the Kimberley’s Humpback whale population and the likely impact of the industrialization of the coast on the Breeding Stock D, or Group lV population of Humpback whales if the construction of an LNG processing hub goes ahead at James Price Point.
Kimberley Whale Watching is pleased to announce two exciting opportunities for photographers to photograph wildlife on the Kimberley coast. The two “Whales & Reefs” expedition cruises will follow the migratory path of the Kimberley’s humpback whales, from Broome back to Broome, and visiting Adele Island and the Lacepede Islands, two important bird and turtle nesting sites, Camden Sound (the Kimberley’s first inshore marine park), Augustus Island, one of the largest islands on the Kimberley coast, and explore some of the Kimberley’s diverse and amazing fringing reefs.
This beach between James Price Point and Quandong Point is near the site of the proposed LNG processing hub on the Kimberley’s lower Dampier Peninsula, in an area rich in marine life, with one of the most significant dinosaur trackways in the world and a view of the world’s largest population of migrating humpback whales.
Looking back through a photographer’s archive at whale photos taken on the Kimberley coast.