‘Our Special Place – Tallow Creek’ Exhibition on 10 to 12 March

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Byron Shire Council is proud to support a unique exhibition created by University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Landscape Architect Masters student Nathan Galluzzo, Our Special Place – Tallow Creek, at Byron Bay’s Lighthouse Cottage this Wednesday 10 March until Friday 12 March. Admission is free.

The exhibition is a showcase of Nathan’s research project which focusses on using drawings as a measure and means of capturing, recording and delivering stories tied to Tallow Creek, focussing on the complexities of ecosystems associated with the ICOLL (intermittent closed and open lake or lagoon) and the significance of the cultural connection of the Arakwal people to the area.

“Nathan has worked closely with two very important people who have an intricate connection to Tallow Creek, incorporating the stories and wisdom of Arakwal leader Uncle Norm and Suffolk Park Dune Care veteran Helen Brown,” Council’s Coast, Biodiversity and Sustainability Coordinator Chloe Dowsett said.

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