Category Archives: Actions

Broome Un-welcome ‘party’ for Woodside as joint venture partners meet in Perth

NO GAS COMMUNITY GROUP MEDIA RELEASE Thursday, 20 January 2011 Broome community offers a Grand NOT welcome to Woodside as JV partners fly in for meeting in Perth Senior figures from Woodside’s Joint Venture (JV) partners in the development of the LNG resource of the Browse Basin have flown in from around the world to […]


Global Support On Board

Ben Jones reports the following in this week’s Broome Advertiser (23 December, 2010) – what amazing international support to have, and it’s growing all the time. Global Gas Hub Worry   Environmental groups from around the world have thrown their support behind Kimberley groups fighting the proposed LNG precinct at James Price Point with a […]


What is going on at James Price Point?

Save The Kimberley has been paying attention to what is happening on the ground and offshore from James Price Point and we are not pleased with what we see. The proposed major gas and industrial hub proposed for James Price point is now referred to by the state government as the ‘Browse LNG Precinct’  in […]


Marine and National Park announcements in the Kimberley

The WA Premier Colin Barnett announced Friday the 22nd October proposals for marine parks in the North Kimberley, Camden Sound, Roebuck Bay and 80 mile beach, and a change in tenure for the Regent River nature reserve. Conservation groups have slammed the proposals as ‘claytons parks’ offering little real protection and as ‘greenwashing’ and a […]


Broome No Gas march and rally = biggest in Australia?

On Sunday 17th October 2010 over 2000 Broome locals marched from the Male oval to Town Beach to say “No Gas on the Kimberley Coast”. Considering the population of Broome we think this might be the biggest march and rally ever held in Australia (per capita)?  – If the same percentage of the population marched […]


ABC Stateline reports: Pilgrimage to JPP and Geoffrey Cousins joins the fight

A group of photographers from around WA recently spent several days at James Price Point photographing what Premier Barnett has previously referred to as an “unremarkable” piece of coastline.  The photographers are hoping to raise awareness about the importance of the area, in light of the gas hub proposed at the site.  Dunsborough based collaborating […]


Community kayak protest at James Price Point

Kayakers approached the Woodside exploratory drill rig at James Price Point and made a symbolic attempt to tow the rig away to send a clear message to joint venture partners Shell, Chevron, BP and BHP and the State Government “Save the Kimberley – No Gas on the Kimberley Coast” In the wake of the WA […]


TAKE ACTION NOW! ON PRE-EMPTIVE EFFORTS AT JAMES PRICE POINT

The community is concerned about Woodside and their JV partners upcoming work at James Price Point ahead of proper approvals. Marine scientist and environmental advocate Josh Coates tells us more below. Mr. Coates can be reached at j.coates@internode.on.net.  Be sure to click the ‘MORE’ button to see the whole article and to see whom you […]


STK Co-Chair Protests Chevron in Houston

With other indigenous leaders from around the world, Neil McKenzie, co-chair of Save the Kimberley, joined Perth-based Wilderness Society represenative, Josh Coates to protest the poor environmental track record of Chevron. Coates and McKenzie were among many who were denied entry into a Chevron shareholders meeting last Wednesday. McKenzie was in Houston on the invitation of the True […]


Broome Community NO GAS Rally a Success

Hundreds of local residents let their voices be heard in a colourful community rally in Broome this past Saturday. The battle cry “Gas Free Kimberley! Save our community!” was heard from the town oval all the way to the Civic Centre as the energetic group marched with signs, banners, and even juggling clubs and wildlife […]