Adele Island - unprotected
"To spend time at Adele is transformative. This is the Galapagos of the Kimberley, a feeding and breeding ground for Humpback whales, thousands of seabirds and shorebirds, and a myriad of corals and other marine life. The peace and tranquillity of this amazing place is spellbinding. Adele Island and the reefs deserve world class protection and should be a sanctuary zone."
Richard Costin, photographer, Kimberley Media
The remote and beautiful Adele Island is pristine, teeming with breeding birds supported by the vast coral reefs that surround it. The protection of Adele Island would ensure this special place remains of value to wildlife, to science and to all West Australians for the future.