Network

Welcome to the Kimberley to Cape Network! We have established this network to facilitate conversations and collaborations across the North that link to our purpose of supporting development and conservation that enhances natural and cultural values, and strengthens communities, from the Kimberley to Cape York.

Being part of the network means you engage, or are willing to engage, with others to discuss how to achieve a sustainable and prosperous future for Northern Australia, and that you are generally supportive of Kimberley to Cape’s goals and guiding principles.  We welcome your ideas on how to best serve the network, and welcome new participants.

Network participants include individuals from the following organisations:

  • Amateur Fishermen’s Association of NT
  • Anindilyakwa Land & Sea Management
  • Australian Committee of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature
  • Australian Agricultural Co
  • Australian Conservation Foundation
  • Australian Government Kakadu
  • Australian Government Office of Northern Australia
  • Australian Marine Conservation Society
  • Bush Heritage
  • Carpenteria Land Council
  • Cape York NRM
  • Cape York Sustainable Futures
  • Catholic Earthcare Australia
  • Charles Darwin University
  • CSIRO
  • Dhimurru Rangers
  • Environment Centre NT
  • Environs Kimberley
  • Girringun Aboriginal Corporation
  • Greening Australia
  • Griffith University
  • Invasive Species Council
  • Kimberley Land Council
  • Madjulla Inc
  • Melbourne University
  • Minerals Council of Australia NT
  • Northern Australian Development Office
  • Northern Gulf NRM
  • Northern Land Council
  • Northern Prawn Fishery Industry
  • NT Farmers Association
  • NT Government
  • NT Seafood Council
  • Nthn Aust Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance
  • Olkola Aboriginal Corporation
  • Office of Northern Australia
  • PEW Charitable Trust
  • Purves Environmental Fund
  • Qld Tourism Ind Council
  • Rangelands NRM
  • Regional Australia Institute
  • Regional Development Australia FNQ
  • Regional Development Australia Kimberley
  • Regional Development Australia NT
  • Santos
  • Savanna Way Tourism
  • South Endeavour Trust
  • Statoil
  • Territory NRM
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Tourism Top End
  • University of Western Australia
  • Vista Gold
  • WA Indigenous Tourism Operators Council
  • Westpac
  • Wilderness Society
  • Worldwide Fund for Nature

Individuals –

  • Ian Baker
  • Ellie Bock
  • Matt Bolam
  • Bob Debus
  • Peter Dostine
  • Doug Humann
  • Stephen Garnett
  • Fergal Ogara
  • Joy Marriott
  • Ian Pulsford
  • John Woinarski

Please email Clare if youd like to subscribe to the Kimberley to Cape Network. You will receive a monthly Northern Australian News Round-up and occasional KtC updates.