HOW YOU CAN HELP

HOW YOU CAN HELP

HOW YOU CAN HELP

The WAMA Project has support from a broad range of people and organisations, locally, Australia-wide and internationally. It is this support and passion that is so motivating for WAMA volunteers to keep striving to bring the WAMA project to life and deliver a unique tourist destination for the Grampians region.

There are a number of ways you can be involved ……

DONATE

Support the WAMA21 Project, your contribution will be matched dollar-for-dollar as part of the Lewin Gift Match Challenge

JOIN US ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Connect with WAMA and other supporters, keep up with news and enjoy our art and nature posts

NEWS AND UPDATES

Find out about the latest news and updates from WAMA

BUY A WAMA BOOK

Buy WAMA’s first publication Inspiration Wild, showcasing a selection of artwork and essays by some of Australia’s most well-known artists working in this field today

SUBSCRIBE

WAMA’s Newsletter is a great way to keep up with progress and our many events and projects

JOIN THE WAMA TEAM

Become a volunteer or join our team in our new permanent showcase space in the Halls Gap Tourism Information Centre

6 WAYS TO GET INVOLVED TODAY

DONATE

Support the WAMA21 Project, your contribution will be matched dollar-for-dollar as part of the Lewin Gift Match Challenge

NEWS AND UPDATES

Find out about the latest news and updates from WAMA

SUBSCRIBE

WAMA’s Newsletter is a great way to keep up with progress and our many events and projects

JOIN US ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Connect with WAMA and other supporters, keep up with news and enjoy our art and nature posts

BUY A BOOK

Buy WAMA’s first publication Inspiration Wild, showcasing a selection of artwork and essays by some of Australia’s most well-known artists working in this field today

JOIN THE WAMA TEAM

Become a volunteer or join our team in our new permanent showcase space in the Halls Gap Tourism Information Centre

CONNECT

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Acknowledgement of country

WAMA is honoured to be able to do what we love within an ancient, diverse and unique cultural landscape that we call home. A landscape created by the great creator Bunjil, crafted by the many rich creative beings and forces, and cared for by the First Nations’ peoples. We acknowledge and respect their enduring knowledge, wisdom, leadership and friendship and their Elders past, present and future.