May 25 2013
Getting up close and personal with Roebuck Bay’s minuscule mud dwellers has been an enjoyable obsession for photographer Peter Strain, who has spent hundreds of hours taking their photos. Read the wonderful story »
May 23 2013
Have you thought about trapping rainwater in your garden? Its not hard to do, start by digging swales around plants so rainwater flows in easily, then mulch as evaporation is very high in Broome. You will help stop the large loads of pindan washing into the bay during heavy rainfall. This photo taken on Tuesday this week tells the story.
This innovative gardening project is sponsored by Inspiring Australia and Rangelands NRM.
May 15 2013
A UWA ecologist says most invertebrate populations in the mud of Roebuck Bay’s intertidal zone have decreased significantly after blooms of the toxic blue-green Lyngbya. Read the story in Science Network WA »
May 8 2013
Want to learn about Whale sharks and how to be a local researcher?
Come along to Lotteries house in Broome tonight at 7.30pm. This project is sponsored by Inspiring Australia.
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.