Attendees listen to speech by CEO Adam BeaumontThe FSC Australia & New Zealand Annual Dinner & Fundraiser, held on the 25th of November 2015,was a great success. Attended by members, retail supporters, stakeholders and partner organisation, and hosted by comedian Rod Quantock the event raised over $1000 for the Indigenous Working Group's projects in 2016.

If you are interested in purchasing any of the items donated by the Indigenous Working Group that are still available please contact Tamsien: t.west at au.fsc point org

Artwork from Alice Springs region depicting MacDonald Ranges and surrounding landscapes, with goanna and snake prominent to country.

Minimum bid: $1500

Dreaming from Kunajarrayi area by artist Amelia Brown. Depicting the travels of Naparljarri and Nungarrayi women to perform initiation ceremonies for young Japarljarri men.


Aboriginal artefacts (Boomerang and Boondy) from the Barapa Barapa People, Kerang, Victoria. Donated by Indigenous Working Group.

Minimum bid: $500

Gamilaroi Nation didgeridoo, with artwork depicting Clans and Meeting places.

Minimum bid: $750

Indigenous artwork & artifact silent auction

Confirmed Auction items:
1. Boomerang – From the Barapa Barapa People Kerang VIC
2. Boondy - From the Barapa Barapa People Kerang VIC
3. Painting – Alice Springs – MacDonald Ranges and surrounding landscapes with goanna and snake prominent to country,
4. Didgeridoo – Gamilaroi Nation – Artwork depicts the Clans and Meeting places

Any inquiries regarding donation of prizes for auction, or event sponsorship please contact Tamsien West: t.west at au.fsc point org

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