Bimblebox Artist Camp, 2014.

 

photo by Jill Sampson

It has rained at the Bimblebox Nature Refuge

So we decided to go ahead with the 2014

Bimblebox Artist Camp

You can explore the bush flowers and the wonderful peace and quiet of Bimblebox.

This is your opportunity to be in the Galilee Basin and see for yourself what coal mining is set on destroying.

Bimblebox Artist Camp 2014
13 – 20 September

For more information:
Email Jill at bimbleboxartproject@javitas.com.au

Frida Forsberg painting at the Bimblebox Nature Refuge, 2013, photo Tangible Media ©

Frida Forsberg painting at the Bimblebox Nature Refuge, 2013, photo Tangible Media ©

Mick Pospischil carving his marker for the tropic of Capricorn which runs through the Bimblebox Nature Refuge. 2013, photo Beth Jackson

Mick Pospischil carving his marker for the tropic of Capricorn which runs through the Bimblebox Nature Refuge. 2013, photo Beth Jackson

Control burn on the Bimblebox Nature Refuge, 2012.  photo  Glenda Orr.

Control burn on the Bimblebox Nature Refuge, 2012. photo Glenda Orr.

Howard working with the local timbers, photo by Jill Sampson

Howard Butler, working with the local timbers, 2012, photo Jill Sampson

kitchen, Bimblebox camp

In the kitchen!

photo by Jill Sampson

Red-tailed Black Cockatoos visited our campsite for the day in 2013.

Red-tailed Black Cockatoos visited our campsite feeding near us throughout the day in 2013, photo Jill Sampson

We usually see an Emu or two with his chicks. photo Sonya Duus

We usually see an Emu or two with his chicks.
photo Sonya Duus

Out In The Paddock, 2013, artwork and photo by Jill Sampson

Out In The Paddock, 2013, artwork and photo Jill Sampson

 

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