A smoking ceremony send-off for Operation Kimberley Miinimbi by Nyul Nyul & Jabir Jabir Traditional Owner Rodney Augustine.
Campaign Leader Bob Brown with Sea Shepherd Australia Managing Director Jeff Hansen ahead of the M/Y Steve Irwin's departure.
Dolphins ride the bow of the M/Y Steve Irwin as the ship sets sail for the Kimberley.
Sunset seen from the helideck of the M/Y Steve Irwin.
Mal Holland: Captain of the M/Y Steve Irwin for Operation Kimberley Miinimbi.
The pristine Kimberley coastline.
The Kimberley provides ideal and undeveloped calving grounds to the world's largest population of humpback whales.
The crew of the M/Y Steve Irwin explore Walmadan: the site of Woodside's proposed gas hub and port.
Unique red-rock formations border the Kimberley's coastline.
Community pressure to keep the gas hub out of the Kimberley has been strong for many years.
A message for Woodside on the beach of Walmadan, WA.
A breaching humpback whale at Walmadan, WA.
The crew of the M/Y Steve Irwin are treated to a performance by John Butler.
Jabirr Jabirr and Nyul Nyul Traditional Custodians aboard the M/Y Steve Irwin.
Deckhand Sonja watches the waves below the M/Y Steve Irwin.
The M/Y Steve Irwin is greeted by a lobtailing humpback whale.
The crew of the M/Y Steve Irwin for Operation Kimberley Miinimbi.