Ningaloo Station and the State Government are set to head to court in February next year, in a case which could determine the future management of the cherished coastline.
No more fires. No more 4x4, no more pets. No more experiencing the outdoors the way it was meant to be. Way to spoil what is OZ. Toni and Kev
Why can't the bloody Government just do the job of governing our State, and stop trying to change and interfere with what is obviously being done well. Lou Farrell
I'm sure all the community is behind Phil and the Lefroy family on this one. Why change and mess with something that's working great! We love visiting Ningaloo station, it’s great how it is. Bec Jones
This place is on my to-do list. Hope the Govt don’t destroy it with a flash eco resort that only a privileged few can afford to visit! Ann Benger
Why should private enterprise own and manage what is the WA people’s. Good on the State Government.
Need more of this happening for the younger ones. How nice sitting under those big paperbarks. I miss that a lot. The crew, the dogs, camping under the big trees. Natalie Clark
Love a good dance. Mardi Sinclair Serle
This is what it's all about! United we stand. Divided we fall. Mayaga Made Arts & Consultation
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