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Fringe Lily mural unveiled at library

Publish on 26 Mar 2020 All suburbs Airds, Ambarvale, Bardia, Blair Athol, Blairmount, Bow Bowing, Bradbury, Campbelltown, Claymore, Denham Court, Eagle Vale, Englorie Park, Eschol Park, Gilead, Glen Alpine, Glenfield, Gregory Hills, Holsworthy, Ingleburn, Kearns, Kentlyn, Leumeah, Long Point, Macquarie Fields, Macquarie Links, Menangle Park, Minto, Minto Heights, Mount Annan, Raby, Rosemeadow, Ruse, St Andrews, St Helens Park, Varroville, Wedderburn, Woodbine, Woronora Dam, Outside LGA,

Media Release - 26 March 2020

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Hundreds of local residents have marked a milestone year in Campbelltown’s history with the creation of a mural depicting the Campbelltown 2020 program’s remembrance flower.

The Fringe Lily is a perennial herb that is indigenous to the Macarthur region and is best distinguished by its bright purple flowers.

It is associated with remembrance and reflection on the past in the culture of the local Dharawal Aboriginal people.

The mural was designed by local Aboriginal artist, Peter Gregson from the Little Orange Studio at the Campbelltown Arts Centre while Aboriginal street artist and Wiradjuri woman Merindah Funnell coordinated the workshops to create the mural.

 “More than 200 people participated in workshops at events like Festival of Fisher’s Ghost and Australia Day as well as many other Council programs to create this magnificent work,” Mayor George Brticevic said.

“This mural celebrates the connection of our local Dharawal Aboriginal people to the land and their enduring legacy in our community,” Cr Brticevic said.

“While the COVID-19 health situation has impacted our planned Campbelltown 2020 program, we will still be celebrating this milestone with our community through other means so I encourage people to keep an eye out for updates,” he said.

Campbelltown 2020 celebrates more than 60,000 years of the area’s rich Aboriginal history and the bicentennial milestone of 200 years since NSW Governor Lachlan Macquarie declared Campbelltown a township.


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