This permanent sculptural work resides in the unceded Gunai Kurnai lands & water of the Brayakaulung people. I respectfully and humbly acknowledge and pay my respects to their elders, past, present and emerging as well as youth. I, further on take this acknowledgment as a means to recognise the traditional custodians as the First Artists, Designers and Creatives of these beautiful lands. The Moe to Yallourn Rail Trail resides on what always was, is and always will be Aboriginal Land.
This project seeks to rigorously document the utter complexity and beauty of the coinciding ecologies within the Moe to Yallourn Rail Trail. This project also seeks to further integrate and voice the wonderful, and truly remarkable people of Moe, Newborough and Yallourn that built and preserve the legacy of this highly respected and significant Victorian rail trail.
Graciously supported and sponsored by the Department of Transportation, Latrobe City Council, and the Latrobe Regional Gallery. Endorsed by the Moe - Yallourn Rail Trail Committee and the People of Moe, Newborough and Yallourn.