June 2013

Three new full-scale copies of Volcano Dreaming
are now located in the region west of Melbourne.
(see the contact page for further details)

Funded by the Melton City Council, Hume City Council and the Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authority these three copies will be used within these three region's environment and education programs.





Half-scale version of Volcano Dreaming
funded by Glenelg Farm Trees.
At Hamilton Botanical Gardens (above)
and the farmers market (below).

This new format is printed on to cloth
and as it is machine washable can
be used for prentations outdoors
in a variety of situations.

Photographs courtesy Liz Fenton.



new student worksheets

Stuart McCallum of Greening Australia has kindly made six worksheets that can be used with Volcano Dreaming available here


June 12-23: Melton Visitor Information Centre

more information

June 6: World Environment Day
Volcano Dreaming at St Kilda Town Hall Auditorium 4.30 to 7.30 pm
more information

March 2013

A new format of Volcano Dreaming, a single half-scale banner (6m x 1m specially designed for going on field trips) was produced for use in the Hamilton area and funded by Glenelg Farm Trees (see contact page for further details).

Thanks to Liz Fenton, this smaller banner has been kept very busy visiting the regions schools and local events. It made its first appearance at the Lake Bolac Eel Festival in March.

2011 -12 tour

In 2011 a working group formed with the generous support of the Hamilton Field Naturalist Club, Merri Creek Management Committee and in association with Victoria University. During 2011 and 2012 that group enabled Volcano Dreaming to participate in a number of events and to tour to a number of places throughout the Volcanic Plains; and with the further help of some of the people and groups who helped to produce it we took the exhibition back to many of the communities that helped to create it.

A big thank you is required especially to Liz Fenton, Brian Bainbridge.

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