Join us for the premiére of the re-edited documentary film, “The Kimberley’s Wildwater Country” at Sun Pictures, Broome, on Sunday 15th June at 6pm. This beautiful film follows the Kimberley’s rivers and ranges to the coast. Adults $15 Children $10 Under 5 Free https://www.facebook.com/events/433624963400508/permalink/433624966733841/
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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.
Join us this Sunday, 29th July at 9.45am to make a human whale shape on Broome’s beautiful Cable Beach for an aerial photo to celebrate our Kimberley Humpback whales. All welcome. Photo available afterwards as a free download from www.kimberleywhales.com.au
Senator Bob Brown made good on his 2011 promise to visit Broome once again before his retirement from Federal Parliament. Addressing a crowd of approximately 450 people at the Broome Convention Center on Wednesday 6th June, Senator Brown, former leader of the Greens, said that he’d be “knocking at the door” of the board of Woodside, in support of the … Read More