Tag Archives: James Price Point

Kimberley by the beach …

Beaches of note throughout the Kimberley make it such a great destination. Here are a few examples and some inhabitants.

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out the back bush …

Yesterday, after a cold windy morning in Broome, a sunny 25C drive out plant searching in an area associated with a now abandoned proposal for a  Woodside Gas Hub project. A long drive on rough corrugated roads and tracks, the … Continue reading

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avoiding the consequences …

The rehabilitation of mine-sites across Western Australia has been a litany of failure on many fronts, particularly in ‘out of the way’ Northern regional areas. Photographer Hugh Brown is concerned. Hugh Brown This is a blight on the industry that … Continue reading

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exposing dinosaur tracks …

Fortunately, the tides do the work, leaving Dr Salisbury to locate and map: Written by  Kandy Curran RESEARCHERS are working to reconstruct scenes from 130 million years ago, when Australia was still connected to Antarctica and covered in towering conifer forests, … Continue reading

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tracking dinosaurs …

The world’s most impressive and substantial dinosaur footprint highway is about to be bombarded by a number of human Paleontologist and assisting researcher’s footprints, drones and lasers. The Broome coastline for 200 km contains examples of at least 16 different … Continue reading

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continuing dinosaur hunting using drone technology …

Drone technology is now a tool that helps to identify and follow dinosaur footprints from the James Price Point area and all along the coast north of Broome at low tide.  Dr Steve Salisbury is pictured here along with traditional … Continue reading

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the biggest ever, set for the Kimberley Gas field near Browse island …

The Browse Basin off Broome is the destination for this lump of floating steel: Take the Empire State Building, lay it on the ground and add another 150 feet. Then put it out to sea. That’s essentially what Shell did … Continue reading

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blaming others … the chicken and egg clause

Name calling is bullying, I say, repeatedly, it seems, self-projection is what bullies do and say. Wayne Bergmann is one of them. Not all those protesting the Woodside’s Broome project are ‘environmentalists’, but are more concerned about science, or the attempts … Continue reading

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come in, ‘Spinners’ …

Video of the rare Dwarf Spinning Dolphins at Price’s Point, just 60km north of Broome:   James Price Point Spinners Short film of the James Price Point Spinners with Simon Allen, Research Biologist, Murdoch University, Perth, WA. Location: Broome, The … Continue reading

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an expensive rock …

Western Australia increases in size, by about .000001%, enough to earn billions more in Royalties. A new discovery of a rock, or is it 3 rocks? Now I guess we will see some head scratching and arguments from different branches … Continue reading

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