STK Needs Your Support

For the price of your morning coffee,  you can help save the Kimberley


Well folks, it’s time to dust off and dig deep.  Save The Kimberley needs your help.  The campaign is heating up,  and in order for us to keep doing important work on the ground in the Kimberley, we need to raise many thousands of dollars before the end of the year.


STK has over 17,000 supporters, and if each and every one of you donates $5 to our campaign effort, we could reach our financial goals in no time at all. And that’s vital.


For the same amount of money you regularly spend on a morning coffee, you can make a donation to fund work crucial to the Save the Kimberley campaign.


Your donation will help us to continue our work in awareness raising, meeting with government and industry, supporting legal actions, researching and conducting community events and rallies. Our on-the-ground presence and national and international networks are crucial for the future of the globally significant Kimberley.


So please, donate $5 (or $50 or $500 if you’re able!) and ask 5 friends to do the same.


Click on the ‘Make a Donation’ button on our home page or go to You can also keep visiting the Give Now website to see how we’re doing on our goal.  For the latest updates, please also follow us on Facebook. (Please note that the Give Now website does not support online donations of less than $10. We greatly appreciate your donation of any size, so for smaller donations, please post directly to Save The Kimberley, P.O. Box 2702, Broome, WA 6725)


Save The Kimberley and this campaign began seven years ago and has now become one of the biggest environmental campaigns in Australian history. Now Save The Kimberley needs you.


  1. The power of advertising. Did not even know that this disgusting gas plant was being planned, but then again, WA is under the governance of a state LNP. Says it all to me!!

    Comment by Greg on October 3, 2012 at 4:38 pm

  2. I have been up to this beautiful part of the world and it is a travisty to think that they want to destroy it just for a gas plant …. the history, the wild life, the poeple … let everyone know what they are planning. 

    Comment by Tracey Elliott on October 12, 2012 at 3:45 pm

  3. Please please please leave this precious part of our earth alone!

    Comment by Ruanna on October 19, 2012 at 11:08 am

  4. I havn’t been to this part of the world, but hear how beautiful it is! So let’s keep it intact for many future generations to see!

    Comment by Karl on November 8, 2012 at 7:08 pm

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