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Category Archives: Australia

Green-Black Conflict in the Kimberley

  There is a great article in The Conversation, an Australian media website, that talks about the growing conflict between Aboriginal Clans of Australia and the Green Enviro organizations. The article can be read from here. The article was sent to me by Tim Dykman who runs the Ocean Revolution, a project sponsored as well […]

Ningaloo Marine Park

We have spent the last three days working out of Exmouth exploring the Ningaloo Marine Park. We did a helicopter survey of the North Cape Peninsula, a snorkel trip along the Ningaloo Reef out of Coral Bay and a dolphin spotting boat trip through the Murat, Bundegi and Lighthouse Sanctuary Zones. We have seen whales […]

Is the JPP LNG Project really dead

It seems that Colin Barnett, Western Australia’s Premier is refusing to allow any changes to the Browse Basin Lease off the NW Coast of Australia.  After Woodside and Shell decided to drop the plans to build a $35B LNG plant North of Broome in favor of a less expensive floating LNG processing plan, Barnett and […]

Coastal Walkabout App & Kimberley

  The Coastal Walkabout app recently underwent initial testing in the Kimberley by MUCRU student Shona Wharton as part of a 10 day cruise along the Kimberley coast just a few weeks ago.  The app that is scheduled for full release for Android and iPhone in November, was put thru its paces aboard the MV […]

World’s Largest Art Gallery

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Lines in Country

We continue to work on our film about Western Australia that covers 2 years of work there.  It seems like a simple place – lot of open space (the size of California) and only 45,000 residents (2nd least inhabited place outside of Antarctica).  So bunch of kangaroos, crocs, a few people and big cattle ranches. […]

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