A stunning part of the Kimberley is back in Aboriginal hands

18 Jun 2018

Unspoilt beaches, brilliant blue skies, and saltwater lagoons with glimpses of whales and dugongs.

Welcome to the gateway to the Kimberley in remote Western Australia — one of Australia’s best kept secrets.
If this is your idea of paradise then you might be a little envious of the Karajarri rangers — because this is what their open-air office looks like.

“It’s a nice place for a getaway and to be working out here, it’s just beautiful,” Petha Farrer Shoveller said

Last October, the Karajarri people bought back a four-hectare park at Port Smith, with help from the Indigenous Land Corporation. 

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