Face-to-face with Ningaloo’s living miracles

Face-to-face with Ningaloo’s living miracles

Oct 13, 2018

“Places like Exmouth Gulf are vanishingly precious. They help keep our natural estate and our world heritage assets alive. They challenge and feed our scientific knowledge. And they help keep ordinary citizens sane. So, this development is an awful prospect, a disaster in the making.” See Tim Winton’s story in The Guardian and The Observer.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/oct/14/im-face-to-face-with-ningaloos-living-miracles-and-it-feels-holy

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