Have you seen the new MUD AND SALTwater SHORT FILM FEST website??
The inaugural MUD AND Saltwater Short Film fest in 2015 was enormously successful, with 15 films made by professional and amateur filmmakers.
The focus for the film entries in the 2017 FILM FEST is Roebuck Bay and the Kimberley coast. The seascape of Roebuck Bay and Kimberley coast will provide enough drama and visuals for an outstanding screening in June 2017.
The MUD & SALT FILM FEST is funded by Rangelands NRM through the National Landcare Program, State NRM through Royalties for Regions and Inspiring Australia.
We work collaboratively with Yawuru Traditional Owners, agencies, community, scientists, conservation and industry to contribute to responsible management and protection of Roebuck Bay. More..
We run an outstanding and informative science series, “Science on the Broome Coast”, keeping locals abreast of research and opportunities to get involved in Roebuck Bay monitoring projects. More..
We work positively and effectively with community, industry and land managers to reduce pollution and nutrients from entering Roebuck Bay and feeding toxic blooms of Lyngbya majuscula. More..
Roebuck Bay, with a diversity of life unique in the world, is a Ramsar Wetland of International Importance, a National Heritage site and Yawuru Nagulagun Roebuck Bay Marine Park. More..
Held under the stars in Broome, the biennial Film Fest showcases the outstanding natural and cultural values of Roebuck Bay and the Kimberley coast through exceptional filmmaking. More..
We promote citizen scientist participation in local research projects that contribute to better management, protection and understanding of the unique natural and cultural values of Roebuck Bay. More..
Roebuck Bay Working Group is comprised of Traditional Owners and government, local community, conservation groups and business. We work collaboratively to solve issues, raise awareness and encourage research and monitoring which supports responsible management and protection of Roebuck Bay.
Royalties for Regions
WA Marine Science Institution
WA Parks and Wildlife