The remote Western Australian town of Kalbarri could find itself at the bleeding edge of a renewables revolution
Brandon Bickford is only in town for the weekend. The 26-year-old has come back home to Kalbarri, the tiny Western Australian town where he grew up, with his fiancée to visit family. He’ll be making the 574km drive back south to Perth on Monday morning.
The young man with an athletic build says growing up here was like living in the flipside of a postcard. In his teenage years he “ran amok” between the ancient cliffs that hug the coast and the rugged natural landscape that stretches out to the horizon.