The oil and gas giant is sticking to its June schedule for a decision on building the onshore gas processing plant near Broome, with Premier Colin Barnett saying earlier this week that any delays could set the project back many years.
Meanwhile, Goolarabooloo Traditional Owners in the area have voiced concerns after the state's Department of Regional Development and Lands requested the removal of signs and bollards near a sensitive dune system.
The owners said they had been told the signs would be removed by the RDL if they were not taken down by tomorrow. The fear is that this clears the way for Woodside to begin work.
"After all our work trying to protect this area, jumping bureaucratic hoops, RDL are trying to barge through so that Woodside can get access to desecrate our country. For what? There is no final investment decision on this project and everyone wants to float the gas," Senior Law Boss Phillip Roe said.