Call of the Running Tide is a free, environmental sculpture and multimedia festival to highlight the natural wonders and unique beauty of the Douglas Shire, the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest; as well as current local and global environmental threats.
Environmental sculptures will be exhibited at both ends of the Flagstaff Hill Walking Trail, along the coastal edge of Rex Smeal Park and in and around the Port Douglas Community Centre. Multimedia works will be projected at outdoor locations in Macrossan Street and on the Sugar Wharf. Smaller, more delicate sculptures and multimedia art will be displayed in the Port Douglas Community Centre. Environmental groups will have stalls and share information at the Community Centre. As part of Call of the Running Tide, Bamboo Connect will feature in the Mossman Hall.
The event will open on Friday 20th September at 6PM in the Port Douglas Community Centre.
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Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
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