Mountain to Mountain is bringing ecology into Geelong’s Extreme Arts Walk, through the creation of a long term vision to revegetate the local habitat with plantings of Indigenous species of grasses, trees and shrubs. Our “Green Corridor” strategy is connecting local communities and revegetation organisations together to care for the eleven songline corridors across the 80km walk, so that the region can retain its natural beauty. In the future, the installation of Mountain to Mouth walking maps and signage at a number of sites will encourage all year walking of this contemporary songline.
The Bellarine Rail Trail Fellows Rd Revegetation and Environment day was recently held. Soaking rain the night before proved the perfect preparation for soft soil for planting.
There will be more than Lights On in the Industrial area of North Geelong as you walk this land Friday night 4 May as a part of Mountain to Mouth.
As you know, Mountain to Mouth is an 80km extreme arts walk. The 2018 theme, Earth, is reflected in all art installations along the walk. Each of the Songline Stations represent the local community in which the Stations are located.
Mountain to Mouth, the multi-award winning arts walk will pass through Leopold, Drysdale, Queenscliff, Pt Lonsdale V, Ocean Grove and Barwon Heads from 8.000am to 6.00pm Saturday 5 May 2018.
It’s a fact of life. We drink and we eat. When we ‘need to spend a penny’ or ‘use the Houses of Parliament’, we all need access to a toilet, none more so as when we are walking and traversing the amazing terrain of the City of Greater Geelong and the Bellarine.