From the Field

We work in one of the world's wildest regions, the Kimberley. With its rugged, red escarpments, ancient river systems and unique fauna, it truly is the jewel in

Australia's crown.


The project is targeting pockets of predators and biodiversity ahead of the invasion, throughout the Kimberley - from the gorges of the Mitchell Plateau in the north to the fertile Fitzroy Valley in the south, across to the west coast. Fieldwork is challenging and remote, but also very rewarding. Here we will post updates, photos and info from the field.


Where do we work?

Here are some of the places that organisations within the coalition are currently implementing the taste aversion program. The project rolls along in front of the invasion front so locations change each season.

Field updates

Stay tuned: We will post field updates here as the project progresses

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