I’m am so privileged to be a part of this community project. Having grown up at French Pass, so close to D’Urville Island, the land, the sea, the wildlife and birds all make this part of the world a special place to be.
A few years ago we stayed at the island’s Community Hall and I remember going outside early one morning and being greeted by the sound of the birds. It was like having a front row seat at a world-class symphony.
This work is so important – restoring what has been lost – and I’m grateful to have been given the opportunity to be included and hope to contribute all I can.