In the North West of Australia there exists a place that is mystical; of red rock and desert, of mile-wide sandy beaches against the arid bushland, of wide blue skies and emus in the Milky Way. Despite its otherworldly qualities, it is a place of wild animals where wildernesses cannot be captured or Nature tamed, where water is scarce and it is logistaclly impracticle, often impossible, to obtain supplies. In a way, it is like living on the moon. Here in the Kimberely, the real Australia, there is wilderness and semi-developed communities of the Fourth World. It is a land of sublime landscape and wide skies. It is a paradoxical paradise, beautiful yet deadly.
Location 1: Pender Bay, 290 kms North of Broome on the Dampier Penninsular - 2 weeks
Location 2: Kadjina Community (on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert and the St George Ranges) - 6 weeks