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inner strength ...

This is the tree of life, the next big thing. Locally called Gubinge, the Terminalia ferdinandiana is spread along coastal regions across northern Australia. It’s fruit has many life preserving properties, is exceptionally high in Vitamin C and has recently been linked as an aid in treating… 124 more words


avoiding the consequences ...

The rehabilitation of mine-sites across Western Australia has been a litany of failure on many fronts, particularly in ‘out of the way’ Northern regional areas. Photographer Hugh Brown is concerned. 511 more words


lunacy in play ...

We’re all gunna drown or overheat or whatever the latest warmist stupidity is. The latest is that pearls are next to suffer!

Horrible new threat from global warming – fewer pearl necklaces (or not)

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reptilian gallery ...

Reptiles pictured over the last several years from all over the Kimberley. Many others I haven’t been able to get close enough. Two, however are from elsewhere, see if you can pick them. Click to enlarge …


Broome's Green Army ... greening the Kimberley

Just approved, courtesy of the Federal Government, our many Green Army Projects for the Broome area. (pdf pages 43-45) These projects will be ongoing for the next 18 months, in 3 stages of 6 months each. 249 more words


tracking ...

…The red Pindan sand is in stark contrast to beach sand in the images from the Kimberley here.


boosting indigenous employment, business and profits ... Environmental Horticulture

The past 12 months have been a very intense time of planning, supervision, meetings, deals, and more, giving me a lot less time here. The result will be immense for 2016, with a lot of futures at stake, environmental rehabilitation will get a huge boost around Broome and neighboring regions of the Dampier Peninsula. 223 more words