Welcome to Save The Kimberley.

We are an independent awareness organisation and exist to engage and educate the Australian and international community about the threat to the Kimberley Coast and its inland wilderness areas posed by gas and large-scale industrial development proposals. Save the Kimberley does not oppose development. We are not-for-profit, volunteer run and unlike any environmental, cultural, social or community group you have ever seen before – this is Traditional Custodians, local community, high profile media stars, caring individuals and influential individuals all working together to Save The Kimberley. The time is now, we invite you to be part of a better future for the Kimberley, Australia and the world.   Save the Kimberley supports appropriate development that looks after people and the environment of the Kimberley. We seek to ensure that the Kimberley is protected for the enjoyment and well-being of current and future generations.  


Court quashes Kimberley gas hub land grab – From: ABC news “Western Australia’s Supreme Court has ruled invalid the State Government’s move to compulsorily acquire land for a gas hub in the Kimberley.” and Woodside’s $30bn Browse LNG plant in doubt– from: The Australian – “WOODSIDE Petroleum’s plans to build the $30 billion-plus Browse liquefied natural gas plant near Broome appear to have become less appealing against the alternative of piping the gas 1000km for processing at the North West Shelf plant near Karratha when reserves there run low.” Read all the breaking news for the month of December 2011WASC0335 court ruling on CP McKenzie Roe – download the Courts ruling   There is so much activity in this greatest environmental and cultural decision of our time, the best way to stay up to date is via our FaceBook page. Latest news is also available here, and please subscribe to our update list. NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE – great Save The Kimberley T-shirts and other gear at our Ebay Store

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Learn more about what has been going on at our Archival links page   Save the Kimberley is all about ensuring the future of our outstanding natural assets and one of the world’s last great wild places. We work with all of the community for common outcomes that will protect our future – THERE ARE ALTERNATIVES. Now more than ever we need your help – please click on the banner below to donate safely and securely via the givenow website Please click on this banner to help Save The Kimberley            

Save The Kimberley co-chair Neil Mckenzie, Young leader Albert Wiggins and senior law Boss for James Price Point Joseph Roe.

Former Save The Kimberley Director Malcolm Douglas (R.I.P.) with other Save The Kimberley members at offshore protest opposing browse basin gas processing on the Kimberley coast. The Inpex Joint venture later decided to process browse gas elsewhere.


  1. Tocudhown! That’s a really cool way of putting it!

    Comment by Missi on May 8, 2011 at 4:21 pm

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