Thanking Our Supporters

Recently WAMA held a number of fundraising events thanking donors and spreading the word about the wonderful contribution WAMA will bring to the Grampians as a tourist attraction, and a cultural experience that celebrates the synergy between art and nature.

2022 has been a “game changer” as said by WAMA Chairman, Greg Lewin. 

“The Victorian State Government’s Regional Tourism Infrastructure Fund grant allows WAMA’s vision to become a reality, and the ongoing support from our donors has made this possible.”

“My deep thanks and appreciation go out to every one of the more than 300 Donors and 100 plus WAMA volunteers who have enabled this fabulous outcome to be achieved.”

We captured some of the wonderful passion and commitment of our donors in this video below, talking about WAMA, what it means to them and the journey we have made to get this far.

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