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Welcome from the Patron
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The Wildlife Art Museum of Australia
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Vision and Objectives
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Milestones
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Regional Impact
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Economic and Social Impact Study
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Museum and
Landscape Design

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Proposed Design
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Partnerships
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Business Principles
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The WAMA Community Engagement Model
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Capital Funding Strategy
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The Foundation Organisation Structure
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The Core Team
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Meet the Team
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Achieving Our Vision
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Supporting the Foundation
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Contact Information
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Acknowledgements
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THE NORTHERN GRAMPIANS SHIRE AND NEIGHBOURING COUNCILS HAVE SET FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PLANS BASED ON THE REGION’S STRENGTHS AS A PRIORITY DESTINATION FOR TOURISTS LOOKING FOR OUTBACK AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION EXPERIENCES IN THE SPECTACULAR SETTING OF THE GRAMPIANS. THE PROJECT WILL SIGNIFICANTLY BENEFIT THE REGION’S STRATEGIC PRIORITIES:

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ECONOMIC WAMA will inject significant funds into the regional community by sourcing local materials and employing local trades in the development and building stages. Ongoing employment will increase related to the site and increased tourism services.

TOURISM WAMA will add a broader dimension to the tourism experience and stimulate new tourism developments, both in utilities and services. This includes an audience of nature-based tourists who are seeking interpretation of natural history and want to learn more through studying examples of wildlife art, working wetlands, botanical gardens and native bushland.

CULTURAL WAMA will establish a national showcase collection of historical works and iconic wildlife art that will be sourced from galleries and private collections.

ART WAMA will create a unique centre of excellence dedicated to wildlife art that provides local, national and international artists with exhibition and studio space. The opportunity to share and develop creative skills will attract national and international art and botanic enthusiasts.

FLORA & FAUNA
WAMA will foster recognition
and understanding of the
importnace of Australian
flora and fauna.

EDUCATION WAMA will stimulate community interest and provide educational opportunities about our natural world. It will expand opportunities for students and promising artists to pursue their talents through workshops and natural history education.

INFRASTRUCTURE
The WAMA museum and gallery, along with workshops auditoriums and studios, will significantly add amenities for the staging of conferences, major events and festivals.

ENVIRONMENTAL
The WAMA site will showcase best practice examples of water sustainability, biodiversity conservation and environmental protection and preservation.

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