Group puts pieces together for sign
A BEAUTIFUL mosaic sign is welcoming tourists and locals to take a stroll and appreciate the natural world.
Molloy Arts recently completed a mosaic project that marks the start of an area of revegetated bushland called Babbler Hill.
The eye-catching sign may encourage visitors and locals to visit the plantings, which are within easy walking distance from the main street.
With the help of a grant from the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) and Mareeba Shire Council, Molloy Arts were able to hold a community mosaic workshop earlier in the year to encourage community involvement in the arts for the benefit of the town.
The group hopes to continue making the town even more beautiful and next year they plan to create a mural for the main street. IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT OR WOULD LIKE TO JOIN IN ON WEDNESDAY MORNINGS, PLEASE PHONE JULIANA ON 40941096.
Juliana Russell, Jorjiah D’Arcy, Theresa Brown, Mareeba Shire Councillor Nipper Brown, Caroline Lieber, Brydie Cunningham and Ying Tee (seated) with the beautiful new sign.