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.