The kimberley is like nowhere else.

Help protect it.

Western Australia’s Kimberley is an area of spectacular natural beauty, with landscapes and wildlife like nowhere else on earth. It is home to a living Aboriginal culture tens of thousands of years old.

Pressure to open the Kimberley coast up to mining, alongside the impacts of destructive wildfire, noxious weeds and feral animals threaten to tip the balance on the Kimberley. 

By acting now – we can secure long-term protection and management, so that the Kimberley remains one of the world’s greatest and most pristine natural places.

Welcome the new Environment Minister

Send a message to the new Environment Minister letting him know that there is lots of support for the new Government’s commitment to protect the Kimberley - every message helps and a personal message has most impact!

    Dear Minister Dawson

    Congratulations on your appointment as Environment Minister.

    I am a strong supporter of Kimberley conservation and was delighted to see Labor’s election commitments to protecting the Buccaneer Archipelago and the Fitzroy River – thank you.

    As the Upper House Member for the Kimberley, you know how special the Kimberley is, please know you have strong community support to finish the protection of this important place.

    Yours sincerely

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