- Bibra Lake, WA
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- Meet at 184 Hope Rd Bibra Lake
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Please note this day is for Pernod Ricard staff only. Thank you for your understanding and consideration.
Bibra Lake provides important biological and ecological functions, including the provision of habitat for native and migratory water birds. It is also a significant cultural site for the Nyoongar peoples, historically used as a semi-permanent campsite, a source of food, water and materials and a site for ceremonial activities. The focus of the project will be constructing vertical gardens from disused pallets which will be donated to community gardens in the Perth Metropolitan area. We will also be participating in an indigenous walking tour around Bibra Lake guided by an aboriginal elder.
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