Come along to a photography exhibition showcasing the natural beauty and importance of the Kimberley’s Fitzroy River region.
The exhibition, The Fitzroy River: Lifeblood of the Kimberley, boasts stunning photography from Western Australian photographers Damian Kelly and Adam Monk, and will treat locals to the extraordinary natural landscapes and wildlife of the National Heritage Listed Fitzroy River.
The photography showcased in the exhibition will share the story of the river and the Traditional Owners who have lived there for tens of thousands of years.
A spectacular seven-metre sawfish art installation will also feature as part of the exhibition, raising awareness of the remarkable array of wildlife the Fitzroy supports, including the world’s most important population of the critically endangered freshwater sawfish.
The free exhibition will be open daily from 9am to 4pm until Sunday January 5 at the Gary Holland Community Centre in Rockingham.
19 Kent St
Rockingham, WA 6168
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