Lost Lands Found is a brand new high-density development and an ecological art project being established in Logan Reserve in Altona. This new urban development is not highlighting people, but significantly its ecological neighbours – Altona’s local Indigenous wildflowers, grasses, herbs, and lilies. The concept of the space is to create a small ‘enhanced’ local Flowering Grasslands micro-habitat – a secret wild ecological space, a local landscape, and place as if suspended in time, suspended in place: a ‘Lost Lands Found’.

This event is a self-guided tour of this ecological art project by Dean Stewart ( Wemba Wemba Wergaia) in Logan Reserve, Altona that explores Altona’s local Indigenous wildflowers, grasses, herbs, and lilies that are becoming lost.

The aim of this event is to increase local biodiversity awareness using art as a medium.

More information is available on this Lost Lands Found Video

Image: Caitlin Holden
Image: Caitlin Holden
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Tue 1 / Feb , 12:00 AM Mon 28 / Feb , 11:55 PM


Logan Reserve
Pier Street, Altona, VIC 3018 United States



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