Harmony Day Walk, Tasmania

Religions for Peace Tasmania will organise a Harmony Day Walk through the area burned by the Dunalley Fire.

To celebrate Harmony Day (21 March 2013), Religions for Peace Tasmania is organising a walk from the head of Boomer Creek, through area destroyed by the Dunalley fire, down to where the burnt earth meets the sea. The walk is being led by Aboriginal Botanist, Kris Schaffer, and the focus will be on observing regeneration and sharing ceremony. Those interested are meeting at 2pm on Sunday 17 March at 141 Boomer Rd, Boomer Bay.



Fire burns near the water, nearby Dunalley, Tasmania

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