The 'Tobwabba Spiritual Art Wall' (Tobwabba meaning place of clay) was a collaborative project between Great Lakes Council and the Forster Local Aboriginal Land Council to protect graves by diverting stormwater runoff away from the Aboriginal burial area at Forster Cemetery. The wall provided a canvass perfectfor an indigenous art mural. Several artists from the local Worimi tribe were engaged for the art work.
Orange Cemetery (NSW) in the Winter
Tweed Valley Cemetery Chapel and Crematorium_Panoramic
Orange Cemetery (NSW) winter scene
Eastern Suburbs Memorial Gardens Crematorium (NSW)
Lakeside Memorial Gardens (NSW) Mausoleum
Waverley Cemetery Statues
Tweed Valley Cemetery
Tweed Valley Cemetery & Crematorium Chapel
Katoomba (NSW) Memorial Gardens
Lakeside Memorial Gardens at Kanahooka NSW - Mausoleum Interior
Shoalhaven Memorial Gardens (Worrigee NSW) - Bushwalk Garden
Shoalhaven Memorial Gardens (Worrigee NSW) - Memorial Columbarium Wall
Local Worimi tribe artists created a story (starting at the western end) which describes a life journey from birth to death, with Biaime (the creator spirit) watching over. There are various meeting places along the way and towards the end of that journey the footprints fade from black to grey, from grey to white, depicting the spirit becoming weaker and weaker just prior to passing into the 'Spiritual World of the Dreaming.