Manari Road has the power to leave a deep impression. This it certainly did to me when I traveled along the road recently. The termite mound, a powerful symbol of the Kimberley, is a strong contrast to the surrounding bush.
This is indeed typical of this area of the Dampier Peninsula, north of Broome. This is typical around James Price Point.
So this is some of what Woodside Energy wants to completely destroy. This is what Woodside wants to prevent people from going to, from enjoying. This is what they want to replace with a gas processing plant.
Tell Woodside that the gas can go elsewhere; because this country can’t!
Tomorrow, musician and activist, John Butler, will be visiting Manari Road where environmentalists and traditional owners as well as supporters have created a blockade to stop Woodside’s contractors from clearing 25 hectares of natural bush.
So if you can, go out to Manari Road. I promise you, it will leave a deep impression on you!