For those who want reminding of the attractiveness of our backyard, these magnificent images should take action.
They’re one of 55 finalists, chosen from over 1000 entries, for The Heart of Our Outback: Landscape and Nature Photography Prize.
Taken by professional and amateur photographers, they capture the natural wonders of the Pilbara, Mid West and Gascoyne.
Inspired by Develop Ranger Parks, together with assistance from the WA Photographic Federation, the exhibition can also be a reminder of those vibrant biodiversity and natural attractions of the State — wilderness that has to be treated with respect and maintained for future generations.
Produce Ranger Parks, representing a wide array of pursuits such as tourism, native and surroundings, is advocating for 60 former pastoral leases — roughly five thousand hectares — to be shielded, developing a new national park community that would be handled by native rangers for all people to enjoy.
The display reaches Gary Holland Community Centre, Rockingham, till September 13, 9am-4pm.
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