Stories of humanity told by trees.
Experience tales of connection and dislocation, growth and survival along with observations of the park for over 150 years, all set in a world where humans and trees live harmoniously side by side.
STEP 1. Grab your smartphone and headphones and take a spell from busy life with a stroll through the greenery of Rosalind Park.
STEP 2. Use this custom Google Map to find 8 selected trees around the park.
STEP 3. Listen on your own device to stories told by diverse locals from the perspective of the tree.
This experience requires Internet access and is available at all times (24/7).
Venue: Rosalind Park Bendigo enter via Bull St footbridge.
1. TIMBUL SILITONGA, Indonesia
Red Ironbark, Eucalyptus sideroxylon
Australia, -36.75752, 144.27765
2. AUNTY GABBY GAMBLE, Stolen Generation
Moreton Bay Fig, Ficus macrophylla
Australia, -36.75725, 144.27841
3. HYRA USMAN, Pakistan
Yellowwood, Afrocarpus falcata
South Africa, -36.75675, 144.2
4. REBECCA PHILLIPS & MITCH BONEY, Dja Dja Wurrung & Kamilaroi
River Redgum, Eucalyptus camaldulensis
Australia, -36.75564, 144.281
5. PO TU TU, Karen (Burma)
Australian Teak, Flindersia australis
Australia, -36.75782, 144.2790
6. AKHILA & MALITHI FERNANDO, Sri Lanka
Qld Kauri, Agathis robusta
Australia, -36.75739, 144.27937
7.FATIMA QURBANI, Hazara
Oak, Quercus robu
England, -36.75726, 144.2798
8.DABORA DOUT, South Sudan
Himalayan Cedar, Cedrus deodara
Himalayas, -36.75672, 144.28039