"We don't want the money, we just want to save the country. This is our spirit country. They're looking under every pebble, looking for money. The country has been here from day one, from dreamtime. I have to fight hard to keep it alive."
Wearing traditional dress, a pearl shell dangling from his hip, his body smeared in white sandstone ocre, he has a simple message for Woodside: "Just pack up. Pack up and take off."
It's been five years of division since the gas hub was proposed, but the issue is coming to a head.
Last week, the Barnett Government granted Woodside the right to disturb Aboriginal graves and sacred sites for drilling and surveys. The company could move in any day.