The Stars Descend: Gondwana Link’s Eco-restoration Tag-along Tour

All day, Saturday 25 March 2023

Join Gondwana Link’s CEO Keith Bradby OAM on an inspiring tag-along tour in the Fitz-Stirling section of the Gondwana Link:

G’day All

This tour will take us to three key, private, conservation and restoration properties in the Gondwana Link where you’ll experience restoration plantings that are now wildlife habitat, as well as some of the region’s Goreng Noongar culture and enterprise. Guests will meet several of the incredible people and organisations leading this work: Eddy and Donna Wajon at Chingarrup Sanctuary; Goreng Noongar Elder Eugene Eades at Nowanup; Alex Hams at Bush Heritage’s Monjebup North Reserve; and restoration ecologist Justin Jonson.

I hope you’ll be inspired to help us create powerful and lasting change that benefits the natural environment, First Nations peoples’ aspirations, and the Gondwana Link program! 

See you on March 25th 

Regards Keith B  

This special tour was initially offered only to ticket holders of at least one of The Stars Descend dance performances, but is now open to the wider public. For convoy safety and dieback hygiene, the number of tour guests is capped at about 37 people: 23 bus passengers and up to seven self-drive vehicles with about 14 people in total. The ticket price covers some of the costs directly associated with the day, and includes catering.    

The Fitz-Stirling section of the Gondwana Link is north-east of Albany, between the Fitzgerald River National Park and the Stirling Range National Park. The tour will cover about 295 km, including some 37 km of gravel roads. 

For all the details (where, when, who, how) and the link to TICKET BOOKINGS, click the button below:

See eco-restoration at work below:
Nowanup revegetation from 2006 to 2022