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cheers,  Jennifer

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328 Responses to Comments

  1. Yes, I remember you. How are you? I have sent you a personal e-mail.

  2. Ken Heppell says:

    Jennifer, you might remember the family at the table next to yours at the the Destiny Point Cafe in Kalorama on Sunday. I must admit, I had not heard your story until listening to your father relate it. I spent a little time Googling you when I got home and was disgusted with what I read about your treatment, especially the decision of an obviously biased magistrate. It seems to me the Queensland Government and Government agencies have a lot to answer for, not only for their treatment of you, but of the dingos you were trying to protect. I hope the suffering you have unnecessarily endured on behalf of all of us, will eventually lead to better protection of the indigenous dingos you love so much, and to the detriment of those who persecuted you.

  3. Ray says:

    Some things in this world are just not right, and this is one of them. I’m surprised you’re still fighting after everything that’s happened to you. It’s such a shame that you had to go through this in order to raise awareness.Keep up the good work, one day someone will listen and things will change.

  4. brian wright says:

    Hi there, I have been looking at your website with some interest and would like to make contact with you as I work in the Tourism Industry on the Fraser Coast and am interested to meet and network with people. The Didgeridoo workshop sounds interesting too.
    Brian Wright

  5. karrolle wilton says:

    Return to fraser and do what you do so well. I love my pets and i would never i could never imagine them starving… Good luck with everything you do


  6. karrolle wilton says:

    jennifer.. I just want to say thankyou. .. Thank you for your strength and courage you have shown. After watching ‘australian ‘ story… Im still wiping my eyes. please stay strong… Dont let them beat you. Your heart is so beautiful and so courageous…
    Im sorry to see all you have been put through but im hoping in time it will make you even stronger.
    Those dingoes are lucky to have shared what time they did with you.
    I think you deserved a hug not a fine.
    What an inspirational human being you are. Id love to hear hows things are
    going for you in the future and may you oneday be able to return to fraser and what you do so well. I wish you all the best and heres hoping legislations changr

  7. Pete B says:

    Dearest Jen,
    Congratulations on the passing of the suspended sentence
    Whatever cost you have had to pay you have had the courage to stand up not merely for what is right against bureaucratic , fearful public servants hanging out for their pension but also for the dingo.
    And dingos have no voice but from people like you.

  8. Di says:

    All the very best of luck and with your health, Jennifer, in the Future! Please know a lot of People are on your side and always have been

  9. Lea says:

    Your undeserved sentence is finished at last! Congratulations on standing
    up for what is good and right. Thanks for defending the creatures that
    don’t stand a chance without people like you.
    May the future hold wonderful things for you.

    In admiration and appreciation.

  10. Mary says:

    What was done to her is appalling. She was used as a scapegoat. I wish I could have done more to comfort and support her.

  11. Lynda says:

    Dear Jennifer,
    Congratulations on enduring the last 3 years! I wish I were down there to celebrate with you all.

    I hope now that the sentence time is over, you are permitted to go back to the island.

  12. Sally says:

    So happy one big sword hanging over your head has been removed. Thinking of you, and hoping that you will be able to move into a bright future, and put the nightmare days to rest.

  13. Karen says:

    Congratulations Jen on the end of a very unfair & unjust time. You are such
    an inspiration to so many people. Best wishes for the future. You certainly
    deserve some good fortune.

  14. Kay says:

    Hi. Jennifer. Would just love to say, how wonderful to finally
    put the past behind you, and with strength and courage which
    you have, to finally move on

    Always have faith, with no doubting, for if doubts arise its like a
    wave of the sea driven and tossed by the wind.

    Meditate on things that are beautiful, pure and noble and then
    peace will be with you.

  15. Trish says:

    Hello Jennifer, WOW!!! it has finally finished for you and now you can start to relax a little and enjoy your life a little more. What a long road it has been for you darling and you got through it , just remember that it was about the beautiful Dingoes and your support for them and i am so sorry that you had to endure all that you have .Animal lovers are very special and are put on this earth for a very great reason and you and i will always care, love and protect . Take care now and enjoy your happiness and your friends and your little dog and always remember it’s about the animals !! With much love and happiness for you .

  16. Niki & Monika says:

    Dear Jennifer
    You’re an inspiration to us all, keep up the great work that you do.
    Let’s hope one day everyone will listen and save the beautiful Dingo.
    A big thank you.

  17. Wendy says:

    Your leadership has been inspiring. It has raised the issue of the
    unconscionable cruelty to the dingoes of Fraser Island through the
    cruelty of this same society towards you, a person who took practical
    steps to allevieat the pain she saw before her. Congratulations on being
    free of the shackles and having still not lost your nerve.

  18. Amber says:

    Dear Jennifer
    So glad to hear today,
    Another mile stone passed.
    Greet a new horizon and
    In overcoming be steadfast.

    The souls of the dingo,
    Forever live in our hearts.
    Make headway for peace
    And walk a straight path;

    Un-altering in your cause,
    Stronger every day,
    Supported by us all,
    You rock Jen!!!

  19. Janine says:

    Thank you so much for bringing to our attention the plight of the beautiful Dingos and your wonderful photos and books . I live in hope that in the very near future a solution is found and that they will have peace, protection, medical help and lots of good food. I wish I could do more to help……

  20. Helen says:

    My very best wishes go to Jennifer in all she has done to profile the Dingoes, she should get an apology from the idiots who imposed this dreadful sentence on her.

  21. Lindy says:

    Hi Jen CONGRATULATIONS on your FREEDOM. So glad this is over for you .Just remember you did do the right thing by the Dingoes and you can always be proud of that decision. It paid a horrible toll on you, but remember Don Chipp’s unforgettable words “Don’t let the bastards get you down”. The Dingoes are grateful for your efforts and enduring friendship. Remember many people love & admire you.

  22. Heidi says:

    I’m so stoked that you have made it through these hard years, and your passion has survived.
    You are a true environmental warrior, and in your heart you know what you do is for the good of the planet.
    Keep up the good fight.
    So happy that you’ve reached this milestone 

  23. Marg & Don says:

    Hi Jen,
    At last it is here…..well done you for surviving the worst three years of
    your life. We love you and send big hugs

  24. John says:

    Sincerest Thanks and Sadness that in order to highlight the unjust suffering
    of the Dingoes on K’Gari, you had to suffer so unjustly. Hopefully Happy
    days are ahead for you and the Dingoes.

  25. Salli says:

    Hi folks what a brilliant article. Jennifer deserves and OBE or something not a fine.

  26. Dingo Simon says:

    Actually Jen wasn’t the only one who suffered from her trial. I saw the sadness in her fathers face, he had aged so much, his voice quivered and the fear of losing Jen to jail.
    Every supporter of Jen’s sitting in that Court suffered in fear and anguish as Smith ranted on. We all held our breath, people grasped the hand of the person beside them as we waited for the inevitable unwelcome outcome.
    The QPWS Rangers and staff were so scared of Jen’s knowledge of the treatment dished out to the dingoes they went to all extremes to shut her down.
    To get a Govt Dept to waste all their resources to hound her to silence has certainly backfired. They thought they crushed her, but the army of supporters in Aust and around the world Jen accumulated has now caused changes that would never have occurred before.
    Managers of Depts, and Rangers have had their employment terminated. A new Govt is bringing about change to the ways dingoes and Tourists will be managed.
    None of this would not have happened unless it was for Jen.
    It is true, she has suffered more than any of us, but many of us have suffered along with her. And it is this suffering that has brought about change.

  27. Michelle says:

    Jennifer Parkhurst is trying to save the last pure strain of dingo in Australia. tourists aboard the airconditioned 4Wd “eco-tour” buses should be informed of the policies of trapping, culling, and deliberate starvation of these animals.

    Michelle Eaglehawk, Vic

  28. Toni says:

    My name is Toni and I am contacting you regarding becoming a member of
    the save the Fraser Island Dingo group.
    I read about Jenny and the Fraser Island dingo plight and was absolutely
    I haven’t slept well since I read the article and am making sure I am
    telling others who I know maybe compassionate.
    I tried to down load your membership form and it wouldn’t go through.
    I have sent a donation of $50 on Sunday and would like to help, if I can.
    Please let me know if I can join without the form and what can I do to help.
    Could you please pass on to Jenny my sincerest thanks for all she has
    selflessly done, if I was distraught just over the article I can only
    imagine what she has been through seeing these atrocities first hand.

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