Imagine the patience required to create this gargantuan Aboriginal artwork six years in the making!
Only visible from the air, the Gondwana Link geoglyphs are popping up in bushland in South-west WA. Designed by traditional owners, they are helping to heal the country and bring the land back to life.
“Our people lived off the land using agricultural practices, maintaining the land and looking after and caring for plants and animal life…It is a great legacy we are leaving behind here for many people to celebrate and share and visit” — Eugene Eades, Goreng Noongar Elder.
Several other artworks across the region each represent a totem or story connected to the landscape.
Find out more at ABC Great Southern.