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Australia’s National Centre for ENVIROMENTAL ART

On the edge of the Grampians National Park

WAMA

Experience, connect and be inspired by art and nature

WAMA is a unique art and wildlife precinct like no other.

Spanning 16 hectares of woodlands, wetlands and botanic gardens, WAMA explores the deep interconnection between art, science and nature. 

The centrepiece: a world-class gallery dedicated to art inspired by the natural environment.

ART

Australia’s first gallery dedicated to art inspired by the natural environment

Wildlife Sanctuary

Boosting the conservation and awareness of endangered wildlife of the Grampians region.

Native Gardens & Bushland

Showcasing Australia’s unique flora where natural biodiversity is protected and enhanced

Culture & Learning

Stimulating the senses, evoking meaningful conversation about nature, the environment, and the interconnection between art, science and nature.

ART

Australia’s first gallery dedicated to art inspired by the natural environment

Native Gardens & Bushland

Showcasing Australia’s unique flora where natural biodiversity is protected and enhanced

Wildlife Sanctuary

Boosting the conservation and awareness of endangered wildlife of the Grampians region.

Culture & Learning

Stimulating the senses, evoking meaningful conversation about nature, the environment, and the interconnection between art, science and nature.

NEWS and EVENTS

Events

Weeding working bee

WEDNESDAY 13 MARCH 10.00AM – 12.00PM LOCATION: WAMA SITE, NEAL ROAD HALLS GAP A half-day weeding working bee is planned for early March to increase WAMA’s week-control area.  Morning tea

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Common Long necked turtle
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Fauna Gates assisting turtle migration

Fauna gates have been installed to help small animals such as the Common Long Neck Turtle (Chelodina longicollis) move freely from either side of the fence, helping the site’s ecosystem continue to thrive.

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Site Preparations Commenced

Things are looking a little different at the WAMA site with earthworks preparing the site for the commencement of construction to begin in the coming weeks.  Achieving this milestone is

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Support the
WAMA project

Help bring this iconic art and nature tourist destination at the edge of the Grampians National Park (Gariwerd) to life.

Your generosity supports the creation of an immersive experience centred on connecting people to nature. Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

CELEBRATE the relationship between ART, SCIENCE and NATURE

Watch and hear from our leaders as they share their vision for this inspirational project.

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