A message from Mandurah:
Let’s get passionate about
a silent, patient, unique
and quite extraordinarily beautiful space in Mandurah
that was recently recognised by one of the world’s foremost landscape writers as the most spectacular place he has ever visited.
About the fact that one of its natural features* created the very first oxygen molecules on earth – without which you and I would not be here today.
About its aboriginal mythology – created by the female waughal whilst her male counterpart created the Swan River.
About its threatened ecology* – recently listed as ‘critically endangered’ by the Federal Minister for the Environment – a wake-up call if ever there was one.
artists, environmental groups, colleagues, musicians and local residents
and get passionate about
Lake Clifton Festival
Sunday 18 April
from 10 am
In the grounds of Cape Bouvard Wines – via Lakeside Parkway or Clifton Downs Road.
Bring the family, bring the picnic basket, buy a bottle of vino/lunch and enjoy the music, art, walks and surrounds…
*thrombolites – very rare and now endangered
Please distribute this notice to your networks – thank you
Jane Tillson, Arts & Cultural Development Officer, City of Mandurah – 9550 3842
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