Authors » Russell Guého
Russell Guého has written two books on the Kimberley. Icons of the Kimberley gave a unique overview of seventy-eight special places found in the Kimberley, whilst Rhythms of the Kimberley leads readers on a journey of rediscovery of the cyclical nature of this special part of Australia and reminds us to consider our actions on both a global and local scale. Russell has lived in the region for over twenty years and travelled over, under and around the Kimberley in a range of capacities. Russell has been a professional fishing guide and dive master and has worked with a number of Kimberley charter cruise operators. He is also directly involved with the ongoing battle to keep cane toads from devastating the region.
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