Toll road proposed for Dampier Peninsula as visitor numbers are predicted to soar
Environs Kimberley director Martin Pritchard said the road could become the "road to Paradise Lost" unless more was done to protect "this jewel of Aboriginal culture and nature-based tourism on Broome's doorstep"...
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Environs Kimberley director Martin Pritchard said there was no other river like the Fitzroy in the world. “It flows through an ancient reef system that’s 350 million years old,” he said. “There’s ancient rock art, fish fossils, cave bats that get eaten by crocs if they fly too close to the water for a drink ... the Fitzroy River is very rich in fish species as well.”
Fate of the Fitzroy: Murray-Darling mistakes drive water future across Australia
“The only way to prevent a Murray Darling-like scenario in the Fitzroy River is by having a buffer zone to protect the natural flows of the river and floodplains,” Environs Kimberley director Martin Pritchard said.