The Kimberley Coast – Naturally by Kevin Coate OAM
The Kimberley Coast is a major tourist destination. Although more accessible these days, it is still regarded as one of the world’s last great wilderness areas.
Kevin has been guiding Kimberley coastal trips since 1983 and has an in-depth knowledge of the area. His expertise is in flora and fauna as well as Aboriginal culture, rock art and European history.
This Serventy Memorial Lecture is a unique opportunity to those wishing to expand their knowledge of the area. It will be a special evening to hear about and see visual images of the astonishing diversity of wildlife and scenery along this wonderful wilderness coast.
DATE: Wednesday, 26 March at 7.30pm
VENUE: Ross Lecture Theatre, Physics building, UWA (see UWA map)
COST: $20 Enquiries: 9389 8289
Kevin Coate OAM is a Natural History Tour Guide and recipient of the FACET Golden Guide Award in 2001.
The Serventy Memorial Lecture is the main source of funding for the Serventy Memorial Prizes for students awarded annually by this Club at the four Western Australian universities. The Serventy Memorial Fund was created to acknowledge the contribution by the Serventy family to the Western Australian Naturalists’ Club, with the aim of assisting and encouraging young people in their study of natural history.
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