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The Board is dedicated to the management and protection of the Weeli Wolli Creek area within the east Pilbara region of Western Australia.

 

VIDEOS

Interpretive Signage Launch – Linda Parker

Traditional Owner Linda Parker speaking at the August 2011 on country launch of  interpretive signs showing the Traditional Owner names of the important plants and animals and fish of the area.

Interpretive Signage Launch – Allan Jackson

Rio Tinto Climate Change, Water and Environment (CCWE) general manager Allan Jackson speaking at the August 2011 on country launch of  interpretive signs showing the Traditional Owner names of the important plants and animals and fish of the area.

Interpretive Signage Launch – Sam Samaraweera

Sam Samaraweera speaking at the August 2011 on country launch of  interpretive signs showing the Traditional Owner names of the important plants and animals and fish of the area.

Interpretive Signage Launch – Suzanne Parker

Traditional Owner Suzanne Parker speaking at the August 2011 on country launch of  interpretive signs showing the Traditional Owner names of the important plants and animals and fish of the area.