WENLOCK RIVER PROJECT
The Wenlock River is a sanctuary for ecological diversity and wildlife and landscape lovers. The River forms the southern border of the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve on Cape York.
(currently showing at Gatakers Artspace in Maryborough)
In 2015, a group of painters and photographers embarked on an artist camp to Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve, Cape York. After a week of creativity immersed amidst a wide range of diverse landscapes, The Wenlock River Project was born.
(Contact Noel Miller on 0417 005 771 for further information)
The Project Team members are: painters Annabel Tully and Noel Miller and photographers Russell Shakespeare and Robert Irwin.
STEVE IRWIN WILDLIFE RESERVE
The Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve (SIWR) is a wetland conservation property and a tribute to Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin.
The 135,000 ha property, in Queensland’s Cape York Peninsula, is home to a set of important spring fed wetlands which provide a critical water source to threatened habitat, provide permanent flow of water to the Wenlock River, and is home to rare and vulnerable plants and wildlife.
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