Friday, May 2nd, 2014, 6:00pm
‘Last Paradise’ Film Launch – Introduced by Tim Winton
Luna Palace Cinema, 155 Oxford St, Leederville WA
Come see the film inspiring all ages to explore and protect the wilderness. Take a journey with the pioneers of extreme adventure in 45 years of stunning original footage! Touring Western Australia in select cinemas in MAY. Launch event introduced by Tim Winton
WATCH TRAILER and BUY TICKETS HERE: www.lastparadisefilm.com
WINNER: BEST ECO-ADVENTURE, XDance USA.
All tickets go in the draw to WIN a 7 Day Samoan Holiday package incl. flights
*Name the species of bird featured in the Film Trailer to go in the draw to WIN one Double Pass to the ‘Last Paradise’ Premiere. Winner to be announced at the end of April by Save the Kimberley. Email your answer with your name and best phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Save the Kimberley’ – an awareness event with Designer Karen Fulton and friends
District 01, 7 Randle Lane, Surrey Hills, NSW 2012
An intimate night of art, fashion and live performances to build awareness for the ‘Save The Kimberley’ movement.
RSVP by 20/4/13 to email@example.com
Saturday, December 8th, 3:30pm
No Gas Rally and Concert – James Price Point: Pristine and Priceless
Male Oval/Town Beach, Broome
Meet at Male Oval and walk to Town Beach for the concert. Join the community of Broome to remind everyone that we want to say YES to Broome – our families, community and culture, and NO to unnecessary industrial development at James Price Point.
MUSICIANS * SPEAKERS * FOOD * FAMILY * FRIENDS
Leave your cars in Chinatown – there will be extra runs of the town bus service for FREE to return people to Chinatown.
This is an alcohol free and family friendly event. Spread the word!
Wednesday, August 22nd, 6-9 pm (opening) to Wednesday September 5th
The Lurujarri Dreaming Trail: Living Country
An exhibition of drawings, paintings, prints & journal extracts
by Jeanné Brown
The Old Croc Park Gallery, Cable Beach
Opening night 6-9 pm, with music by Tonchi
Daily 10-4. Contact Jeanné at 0429 109 013
The artwork ranges from drawings and journal extracts, to works on scratchpaper, painting and printmaking, on canvas, paper and fabric. It is meant as a tribute to Goolaraboo traditional custodian, Paddy Roe O.A.M., who, in 1987, established the Lurujarri Trail following the path of the traditional Song Cycle along the northern Kimberley coast, as a cross-cultural bridge.
This country is presently under threat from expansive plans to industrialise the Kimberley coast.
7th September, 2012
Perth Advocates for the Earth present Artists for the Earth
Dilip Parekh, Carolyn White and Perth Advocates for the Earth host a fantastic evening of live music and festivities:
Irish Club of WA
61 Townshend Road, Subiaco.
7pm – late.
Art for sale, live music, door prize, raffles, bar facilities available!
Musicians or performers wishing to participate call Dilip on 0403 914 764. Artists call Carolyn on 0413 774 281
For information about tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org Lizzy: 0434 822 559 or Raewyn: 0433 472 602
All proceeds from entry and raffle ticket sales go to Save The Kimberley
Byron Bay Blues Festival 2012 Guitar Project Raffle
Deadline Soon! – Winner to be drawn on September 10th!
Tickets only $5 each and all proceeds go to Save The Kimberley
An amazing array of awesome musicians including John Paul Jones from Led Zepplin and Ziggy Marley signed this guitar. The guitar project is a great support to our important work at Save The Kimberley. Circle of one have been fantastic and we are very thankful for the support from so many high profile musicians.
“Hopefully this guitar goes to a happy player and the money made will help the cause to preserve one of the most special places on earth, The Kimberley” John Butler.
Signed by: Alabama 3, Ashleigh Mannix, Backsliders, Bobby Alu, Ben Mayne & Bob Malone from John Fogerty, Blue King Brown, Brian Setzer, Candi Staton, Canned Heat, Carus Thompson, Claude Hay, Crosby Stills & Nash, Dallas Frasca, Donovan, G3, Eagle and the Worm, Eugene Hideaway Bridges, Harry Manx, Jimmy Barnes, John Butler Trio, John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin, Josh Pyke, Kim Churchill, Mama Kin, Maceo Parker, Marshall O’ Kell, Melbourne Ska Orchestra’s front man Nicky Bomba, Mojo Blues men, Oli Brown, Richard Clapton, Sea Sick Steve, Steve Earle, Sublime, Tribali, Trombone Shorty, Tijuana cartel, Vusi Mahlaselia, Watussi, Weddings Party’s Anthing, Wolfmother (Andrew), Yes, Yann Tiersen, Zappa plays Zappa, Ziggy Marley.
Payment available by bank transfer to: Circle of One Foundation – Westpac BSB 032514 ACC 202650 or paypal email@example.com
For more information, go to www.circleofonefoundation.org
Circle of One Foundation is a non profit organisation helping to raise funds and awareness for different issues in the world we live in. “By helping other organisations we become a circle and connect as one.”
Wednesday April 18th, 6-9pm (opening) thru to Sunday May 6th, 2012
Exhibition by Jeanné Browne
Synergy Gallery, 253 High St., Northcote, Melbourne, next to the Wesleyan Church
“This exhibit celebrates the Lurujarri Heritage Trail established in 1987 by Goolarabooloo traditional custodian, Paddy Roe O.A.M., upon a section of the Northern Tradition Song Cycle along the North Western Kimberley coast, as a cross-cultural bridge, and to help look after that country.
“Since 1992, focus has been consumed by time spent with the Goolarabooloo community of Broome, whose land knowledge and relationship remains dynamic and alive. My visual diaries and artwork reflect something of my cultural immersion, with particular interest in the local reading of the country and its six-seasonality.
“This is big, old, strong country, with a mob who are bent on looking after it. We would welcome your support.”
Gallery hours are Wed – Sun., 11-4pm. Ph. 9481 1751.
The Power and The Passion Exhibition comes to Perth after a successful showing in Broome. It highlights both the power of the Kimberley landscape and the passion of the people fighting to protect it.
Featuring the photography of renowned artists such as Australian and West Australian Landscape photographer of the year Christian Fletcher, Adam Monk, Nigel Gaunt, Ingetje Tadros, Rod Hartvigsen, David Bettini, Fleming Bo Jensen, Jim Delios and featuring audio and visual presentations by Broome film maker Jeff Skinner.
The official opening night, Friday, March 30th, will be the first chance for the public to witness this powerful exhibition – drinks and nibbles will be provided so come and join the celebration of this fantastic showcase of talent and passion. RSVP is essential! please contact us on 9420 7255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The exhibition will then be open daily (except for public holidays) 10am – 4pm Saturday 31 March to Wednesday 11 April.
Saturday 31 March, 2012, 7pm
Showing as part of Message Sticks 2012
Film: Old Country, New Country
(Mark Jones and Alex Petersons, Australia 2009, 26 min)
Panelists: George Negus, Stephen Pigram, Mitch Torres and Albert Wiggan (pictured)
Friday 17 February 2012 Making Connections: An evening of film, live music and speakers with a focus on issues affecting indigenous communities in northern Australia – making connections and involving us all in finding solutions.
CERES Community Environment Park on the Village Green Cnr Roberts and Stewart Streets Brunswick East VIC 3057
Doors open 6pm, speakers at 7pm, live music until dark and feature starts at 9pm.
WHAT TO BRING: Picnic, rugs, cushions, clothing for all weather! TICKETS: $20 full, $16 concession
Our Generation is a powerful and upfront documentary on the Australian Aboriginal struggle for their land, culture and freedom – a story that has been silenced by the Australian Government and mainstream media. Driven by the remote Yolngu of Northeast Arnhem Land, one of the last strongholds of traditional Aboriginal culture in Australia, as well as the voices of national indigenous leaders, historians and human rights activists, the film explores the ongoing clash of cultures that is threatening to wipe out the oldest continuing culture in the world. With music by John Butler Trio, Yothu Yindi, Xavier Rudd, Gurrumul, Archie Roach, Goanna, Saltwater Band and more.
On the night various community and campaign groups will provide information and inspiration, including Concerned Australians, ANTAR, Save the Kimberley and Walmadan Country is Calling. Money raised by film ticket sales will go to community projects in Arnhem Land and Kimberley campaigners.
Save The Kimberley fundraiser Sunday, 8 January 2012, 7 pm, Mojos Bar Fremantle
Raising money to promote the sustainability and conservation of the Kimberley environment by donating all door sales from this show at Mojos towards the cause.
Big thanks to all the artists for agreeing to put their energy towards this great cause!
SOREYA – World Fusion dance artist will be collaborating with Didge player (Julian Silburn) and percussionist (Mikeleza) to present a story told through movement.
ZARM – Local reggae legends have confirmed they will be donating their positive vibrations!
THE CRUX (Freo Funk) will be getting the party JUMPING!
Beleza Samba School bring their big drumming sounds and fantastic dancers to the stage to finish the night with a big bang!
Sat December 17 2011 Save The Kimberley warehouse party in Melbourne.
SAVE THE KIMBERLEY (melbourne) PRESENTS:
The 20 Ovens Warehouse will play host to some of Melbourne’s favourite live acts on Saturday 17th December.
Heading the line-up will be electro-rap collective POLO CLUB and hip-hop outfit LOTEK [UK] with special guest KAK HAND [...NZ].
Worldwide, ends 12 December 2011 Original art auction
Amazing one off artworks by high profile artists Missy Higgins, John Butler, Xavier Rudd, Kev Carmody and Helen Norton and great T-shirts available now!!!
Adelaide, 10 December Kimberley Culture Festival
15:00 – 20:00 Location: Elder Park, Adelaide
Kimberley Cultural Festival is a community event to raise awareness of the cultural and environmental significance of the Kimberley region, which is under threat from proposed gas and industrial development.
A family friendly day with bands, guest speakers, stalls, food, fundraising and an opportunity for the Adelaide community to show their support for the people of the Kimberley and Broome who are fighting to maintain their way of life.
Broome, 10 December Nowhere else but here celebration rally
Meet at 3.30pm at Male Oval Chinatown for a walk to… Town Beach at 4.15pm. At Town Beach listen to updates from Community and guest speakers, enjoy live music from some of the best local musicians, watch short films from local film-makers highlighting the best of the year, and eat great food from a muticultural selection of food stalls.
Bring water, your best banners, and a sense of fun!
Sydney 19 November - Cans for Country, Songs for change! 8pm Location: Empire Hotel Annandale
So we’re putting on a super sick show with super sick bands, to help raise funds and awareness to aid in the fight against the WA Government and Woodsides attempted destruction of the Kimberley Coast…$12 at the door
Chris Duke and the Royals
Steel City All stars
Nudist Colonies of the World
14:00 – 22:00 Location: The Golden Vine Hotel 135 King St Bendigo, Australia
A day of community fun and action. Bands, performers, films and speakers – Facebook event page
Sydney – Sept 9th, Community meeting, Manly
Adelaide – Kimberley rally, Postponed – a bigger better event is already being planned, date and details soon!
Denmark – Aug 19th - Kimberley Colours, auction and event, Civic Centre 7pm
A night for Denmark to show their support , for the sacred land rights of our indigenous brothers and sisters in the Kimberley. Entry $5
Information and a short movie collage will be shown about what is going on right now in the North West of WA regarding sacred land being cleared . We invite our talented musicians to come and create some great vibes for this special event, after the live music we will have DJ dance music, please bring an object which you are happy to have auctioned.
Melbourne – Aug 14th, Kimberley rally, State Library, 12pm
The KEEP THE KIMBERLEY public rally will be held in response to Woodside’s liquefied natural gas hub proposed for James Price Point (Walmadan) near Broome. Rally goers strongly oppose this development and are calling on federal politicians to stop the project going ahead.
Featured on the day will be live performances from some of Australia’s finest musicians – Dan Sultan, Shane Howard, Liz Stringer and Tanya Ransom. Guest speakers will include Goolarabooloo – Jabirr Jabirr Traditional Owner Neil McKenzie, Glen Klatovsky (The Wilderness Society), Kevin Blatchford (Save The Kimberley) and Martin Pritchard (Environs Kimberley).
“The Kimberley is one of the world’s last remaining wilderness areas. Australians from all walks of life appreciate and feel a connection with its sweeping landscapes, magnificent coastlines and wild rivers, its vast numbers of plant, marine and wildlife species. The Kimberley is rich in indigenous culture and possesses a unique social, environmental and historical quality that forms the fabric of our rare Australian identity,” Kevin Blatchford said.
“The LNG gas hub would destroy this as it is the thin edge of the wedge and unless we act now to protect this pristine region, it will end up being devastated like the Pilbara,” said Mr Blatchford.
The event will form part of a broader campaign coinciding with rallies in Byron Bay, Perth and Denmark (Western Australia) to raise awareness about the proposed LNG hub. Media Release FINAL-1
Perth – August 9th, Community Forum, The Palms Community Centre, Cnr Nicholson & Rokeby Rds, Subiaco 6:30-8pm
Special guest speakers: dinosaur footprint expert Dr Steve Salisbury; Traditional Owner Neil Mackenzie (Save The Kimberley Co-Chair)
Join us for a community forum on the proposed Woodside gas hub at James Price Point on the Kimberley coast. Learn about some of the reasons why the area is so significant locally, nationally and internationally. Also, find out what the alternatives are for processing Browse Basin gas: float it, pipe it or save it for our future! For more information: click here
Bike To Broome: Perth launch: Bike to Broome launch, Aug 21st, Sunday (11am-noon), The Murray St. mall, Perth City Broome arrival: BBQ at Town Beach, Aug 26th, Friday (5pm-sunset), Town beach, Broome
Tuesday 2nd August – Family picnic to greet Minister Burke
Time: 10am – 5pm with a particular focus on 12:30 -1:30pm
Federal Environment and Communities Minister Burke has accepted our invitation to come to Broome and meet with Save The Kimberley (see our invitation letter below) and the Broome community. Lets show him how much we want him to use his powers under the EPBC Act to stop the gas proposal at James Price Point and complete the heritage listing process for the Kimberley started some years ago.
Bring the following:
* Something to eat
* Something to drink (NO ALCOHOL)
* Something RED to wear
* Banners with positive messages
* Posters with positive messages
* A sense of fun
We want to make sure that Mr Burke understands the strong sense of family and community here in Broome, so bring your positive messages and best behavior.
Saturday 16th July – Broome business JPP information meeting
This event organised by the business community of Broome – Learn more about the potential impact of proposed development at James Price Point on local business. Featuring Geoffery Cousins (Businessman and former adviser to John Howard, Gary Slee (Chartered Accountant and former board member Karratha chamber of commerce) and MC’ed by Dr. Anne Polina (Business Owner). Facebook event page
Sunday July 17th – Broome families community event to save the Kimberley
3-5pm on Cable Beach in Broome.
The families of Broome are planning the biggest event to save the Kimberley ever held! We need everyone who can to be there. Invite everyone you know from all across the Kimberley and the country to join us in a celebration of family and community.
The Pigram Brothers and musical friends will entertain the crowd. Alan and Steve Pigram, Mitch Torres and Dr Anne Polina recently returned from Canberra where they met with politicians, they have returned with a renewed purpose and a positive message for the families of Broome. They encourage everyone to attend this community event to show the companies and the politicians that we care for the Kimberley and see a better future. Facebook event page for Broome families event.