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Green Skills has organised several exhibitions promoting Gondwana LInk and its wetlands through art and photography

  1. Waterbirds Photographic Exhibition    – May to August 2018- at Walpole CRC

Wetland Birds  Photographic i Exhibition Opens In Walpole  To Promote Wetland Awareness and Conservation

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This Green Skills exhibition displays 5 large panels featuring the species of ducks, geese and grebes that occur in the South West of WA. While some are familiar to everyone, others are rarely seen and are in crucial need of habitat protection and other conservation measures.

Fourteen of the waterbird species shown were taken by Dick Walker, and one by Tony Peterson. Both are keen south coast bird watchers  and photographers.

The exhibition forms part of the Green Skills’ Gondwana Wetlands Conservation program. This project is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government’s State Natural Resource Management Program, supported by Royalties for Regions as well as Lotterywest.

For further information contact ring Basil Schur at Green Skills Denmark on 98483310

Waterbird Photography by Dick Walker- on display at the Walpole CRC from May to August 2018


2) Manjimup

GONDWANA CONNECTIONS   Giant Paintings Mapping Special Country

Exhibition open: Monday 16th July  to Thursday 30th August

At the Manjimup Art Gallery

( open 9.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday, 9-12  Saturday morning)

Exhibition opening  ;   4 pm Monday 16th July  2018

This exhibition opening will include a Welcome to Country by a local Noongar elder. The opening will include presentations by Keith Bradby of Gondwana Link, Basil Schur of Green Skills, and other local community & landcare representatives. It is planned to show a short film about the Lake Muir Unicup wetlands, which form part of the Gondwana Link and Southern Forests.

The principal artists represented in the exhibition include Joey Williams, Audrey and Errol Eades, Lynne and Ken Tinley, Nikki Green, Janine McCrum, Robyn Lees, Helmie van Melle, Christine Harrison, Rosemary Turle, Jacqui Gale and Karlee Bertola. Nikki Green and Janine McCrum set up the exhibition. Key support has come from Poornarti Aboriginal Tours, Eugene and Errol Eades, Friends of Nowanup, the City of Albany’s Vancouver Art Centre, the Denmark CRC and Gondwana Link. This project has been supported by funding from the Western Australian Government’s State Natural Resource Management Program, supported by Royalties for Regions. Support for the eco art camps in 2016 was provided through Community Arts Network WA.


Giant painting by Joey Willliams

3 )  Birds and People Photography  at the Yongergnow Malleefowl Centre  at  OngerupGreen Skills is displaying a collection of 24  photographs which highlight people’s connection and role in bird conservation in WA.

This exhibition will be on for the next two or so months.


Bird watching at Rushy Point, Albany


Malleefowl Mound in young revegetation at North Monjebup, Bush Heritage property