Sculpture showcase

Jackson Lavell-LeeBusselton Dunsborough Times
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The realistic sculpture of Gaywal was the star of the show.
Camera IconThe realistic sculpture of Gaywal was the star of the show. Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee

The statue of Gaywal was unveiled on Saturday with more than 100 residents attending the ceremony.

Gaywal is the fifth sculpture created by artist Greg James and showcased by the City of Busselton on Queen Street for the Settlement Art Project. The realistic piece celebrates the history of the traditional custodians of the land, the Wadandi people.

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Elder Keith Harris, Mayor Grant Henley and Timothy Harris
Camera IconElder Keith Harris, Mayor Grant Henley and Timothy Harris Credit: Pictures: Jackson Lavell-Lee, Jackson Lavell-Lee
Mrs Ellen Hill and Carol-lyn Mills.
Camera IconMrs Ellen Hill and Carol-lyn Mills. Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee
The Deadly Djindas perfromed traditional dances at the statue unvieling.
Camera IconThe Deadly Djindas perfromed traditional dances at the statue unvieling. Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee

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