Critically acclaimed Tasmanian wilderness photographer Rob Blakers has produced a stunning collection of photographs from East Gippsland's forests.
Rob's photography reflects the fragile beauty of the forests as seen through the eyes and camera of one who knows it in a way that few people today ever will.
Rob has kindly donated his collection of photos to GECOs campaign to protect these forests from logging.
Some of the best of the collection will displayed at Friends of the Earth Food Co-oop and Cafe for two weeks.
All proceeds from the sale of photos will go directly to the East Gippsland forest campaign.
At the launch you'll hear from key campaigners and legal experts, speaking about the importance of these forests and the legal work and campaigns to protect them.
Enjoy food and drinks provided by Friends of the Earth Cafe and immerse yourself in Rob's stunning photography of East Gippsland's wild forests.
More details to be announced.
GECO campaigns for the protection of forests in the East Gippsland region that spans across three indigenous nations Bidwell, Gunnaikuarnai and Monero. We pay respect to the nations of the Bidwell, GunnaiKurnai and Monero people and acknowledge their continuing custodianship of the lands we live and work on.
Sovereignty never ceded, always was always will be aboriginal land.