The Kimberley is a vast and very sparsely populated region of Australia. The landscape of the region is as immense as it is beautiful. Despite its many natural wonders, there is much of the Kimberley flora and fauna which remains unexplored and little understood. The Kimberley is home to thousands of plant and animal species, many of them highly restricted or specialised, whilst some are threatened, vulnerable or endangered. Put simply, there remains so much to learn about the region that nobody can claim that bringing heavy industry into the region will not be forming a threatening process. (more…)

The Kimberley region and adjacent Browse Basin. The Browse Basin is a large geological feature on the ocean floor, under which immense gas reserves have been found.