Save The Kimberley FaceBook competition

We think our new Facebook page is informative and important for awareness raising. We want you to help us get more people to ‘like’ the page so they can learn more about how they can be part of the huge and growing community movement to save the Kimberley.

Save The Kimberley T-shirt, worn in this photo by Albert Wiggin.

Here is your opportunity to promote a good cause and win great prizes too!


The prizes:

Great Save The Kimberley T-Shirt and sticker packs and beautiful ‘Kimberley at the Crossroads’ book to be won.

How to enter – it is so easy!:

It’s as simple as writing a Facebook post about why you ‘like’ the Save The Kimberley FaceBook page.

Post it on our FaceBook wall and as your FaceBook status update to enter!

Ways to win a Save The Kimberley T-Shirt and sticker pack!

1.         The Save The Kimberly FaceBook page post with the most comments will win.

2.         The post that attracts the most friends to ‘like’ our FaceBook page will win

3.         Early bird winner – judged 2 weeks before the end of the competition


4.         The ‘best’ overall post as determined by our judges will win the T-Shirt and sticker pack and the book!The cover of the great 'Kimberley at the Crossroads' book edited by former federal court Judge Murray Wilcox QC

Competition start date 12 October 2010

Competition ends Sunday 31st October

The fine print:

Status update length limit is 420 characters, longer entries may not be judged. Spam comments do not count to the ‘most comments’ tally. All winners will be judged by a Save The Kimberley panel and the decisions will be final. Prizes will be posted within Australia, and we will pay postage up to $15 for overseas delivery. Winners will be announced on the FaceBook page on Tuesday the 2nd November 2010 and contacted to arrange prize delivery.





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  • http://SaveTheKimberley kerry firkin

    We must Save The Kimberley in honour of a great Man Malcom Douglas through him many of us learnt about the Kimberleys and the Traditonal owners of the land
    He showed us the natural beauty of the Kimberleys
    The Kimberley has a natural marine park as well Humpback whales use the Kimberley Coast as its breeding grounds there are many endangered marine life there such as Subfin & Humpback Dolphins, Sawfish Dugongs,Leather Back Turtles and has the largest Mangroves Forest in the world
    Because of Malcom Douglas I went to the Kimberleys last year and fell in love with its natural beauty
    We must protect this Perfect Piece of Paradise so for generations to come people will visit and fall in love with the Kimberley