The Restricted Burning Period (Autumn) has been extended and will remain in place until midnight on Friday 31 May 2024, unless varied. More information here.
Insidious Art Project Workshops a Success Picture: Artists Moira Fearby (far left) and Heloise Roberts (far right) get creative with local legends from Friends of Barrett St Reserve, Peta Goodwin and Maureen Munro.

There was lots of fun and creativity to be had over the weekend at an invasive weed art project at the Scout Hall in Margaret River.

Flowers and vines were created out of recycled plastic bottles by over 60 community members and Shire staff.

Artists Moira Fearby and Heloise Roberts will use these unique flowers to make a giant installation named ‘Insidious’ that will be placed at Barrett St Reserve later this month.

The Shire of Augusta Margaret River is working with the Friends of Barrett St Reserve to manage environmental weeds in the reserve, and ‘Insidious’ will help to raise awareness about the invasive nature of weeds in our local bushland areas.

This project is supported by Friends of Barret Street Reserve, Margaret River Regional Environment Centre, Nature Conservation Margaret River and the Shire.
27 Sep 2023 Topic Type
General News
Margaret River
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