The Kimberley & Northern Australia

The Kimberley and Northern Australia are iconic regions under threat from the expansion of unsustainable industries which pose a cultural and environmental threat. The short term gains of exploiting natural resources cannot justify the long term cost of damaging this unique area. We are committed to protecting the region’s wilderness areas, coasts and rivers and to supporting and adequate resourcing of communities.


JPP acquisition brings Kimberley industrialisation closer

12 Nov 2013

"WA Premier Colin Barnett has taken a step closer to realising his dream of opening up the Kimberley to industrialisation, after finalising the acquisition of the land at James Price Point." Australian Greens Senator Rachel Siewert said today.


WA Government can't be trusted on environmental approvals

21 Oct 2013

The Australian Greens said today the WA Government can't be trusted to have the only and final say on environmental assessment in WA.


Greens announce a doubling of Indigenous Rangers and new vision for the Kimberley

25 Aug 2013

The Australian Greens have today released their Kimberley Vision Paper, which sets out a future for the Kimberley that puts people and the environment ahead of exploitative industrialisation.


WA Government trash environmental protections in search of industrialisation

19 Aug 2013

The Australian Greens today called for WA Premier Colin Barnett to finally abandon attempts to industrialise James Price Point in the Kimberley after the Supreme Court's decision to uphold an appeal against the environmental approvals of the now-abandoned LNG processing hub.


Northern Australia needs responsible investment, not exploitation

15 Aug 2013

The Australian Greens said today that critical investment in communities and infrastructure in Northern Australia needs to be based on clean, green industries, not a short term rush to exploitative resource development and unsustainable intensive agriculture.


What future for the Kimberley?

18 Jul 2013

Three Australian Greens Senators are visiting Broome and the Kimberley this week to host a community forum and discuss alternatives to the threat of industrialisation, which continues to loom over the region.


Barnett can’t walk away from important Kimberley investments

13 Apr 2013

The Australian Greens said today that WA Premier Colin Barnett cannot walk away from investing in Aboriginal communities in the Kimberley simply because of Woodside’s decision to cancel development the James Price Point LNG precinct.


Thank you! James Price Point

12 Apr 2013

Great news! This morning Woodside announced that it is shelving its plans for a gas processing hub at James Price Point.


Greens welcome decision to abandon James Price Point

12 Apr 2013

Australian Greens Senator Rachel Siewert has welcomed the announcement that the development of a gas hub at James Price Point has been abandoned, saying the decision represents great news for the people, culture and environment of the Kimberley.


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