The Fitzroy River is one of the world’s last wild and healthy rivers. It is the lifeblood of the Kimberley in Western Australia, spanning over 700km in length and home to a living Aboriginal culture tens of thousands of years old.

But this ancient river is under threat from proposed dams and irrigation projects that risk the future of the river.

The Fitzroy River needs our help, before it’s too late.

#ProtecttheFitzroy

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