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Wildlife Art Museum of Australia Ground Breaking Ceremony_____

Wildlife Art Museum patron Glenda Lewin and botanist Neil Marriott are pictured with Laura and Blake Hyslop after a tree planting ceremony.

Wildlife Art Museum of Australia Ground Breaking Ceremony

Tract's involvement in the establishment of the iconic Wildlife Art Museum of Australia and an Australian botanical garden outside the regional township of Halls Gap (VIC) has been announced at a major milestone event including a formal "Welcome to Country" ceremony and symbolic tree planting.

Tract has been commissioned, in collaboration with the Melbourne School of Design (MSD) and Bates Smart, to propose design concepts for the layout of museum and gallery along with the surrounding botanical gardens.

Please click the link below to read the full article featured in The Stawell Times-News.

The Stawell Times-News - Wildlife Art Museum Planning Reaches Major Milestone
Article extract

The project is hailed as a major new economic, tourism and culture venture on 16 hectares of natural bushland on the Halls Gap-Ararat Road less than five kilometres from the township of Halls Gap. The main museum will eventually house a collection from outstanding Australian wildlife and natural history artists and provide a learning environment for current and future generations.
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