Indigenous Garden – Kurbooroo Kindergarten, Warranwood

Indigenous Garden – Kurbooroo Kindergarten, Warranwood

Kurboroo Kindergarten wishes to further develop an area of the garden to become an Indigenous Garden – a quiet place for our children and staff to reflect on their feelings, community, friendship and to learn about our local indigenous heritage. The area will include terracotta tiles individually painted and joined together by our children to depict Wallabies, Koalas, Kookaburras and Possums (our kinder groups), a sculpture of a wedge tail eagle to mount on the fence or tree and native plants.

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The major costs associated with the project are

1. The terracotta kits that are used to build the mural. 2. The wedge tail eagle sculpture. 3. Native plants

The $1,000 grant will be used

1. Terracotta Kits - $96 each - which include 24 tiles, suitable paint and sealer for the tiles. 3-4 kits are required.2. The wooden carving of a wedgetail eagle - has been quoted as $5043. The remained of the money would be spent on some native plants.

How they raise the rest of the funding