This opening celebration was an opportunity to showcase the culturally scarred Ironbark trunk that was relocated for the Project, together with a cultural information display designed by Jabree Ltd, that are now a permanent feature at the entrance of the new Helensvale Light Rail Station.
The estimated age of one scarred tree suggests the tree was used by someone on the Gold Coast in the late 1800s or early 1900s.
On Monday 17 July, the Jabree team oversaw some truly amazing works to transport and display a scarred Ironbark trunk at the new Helensvale Light Rail Station. The 2.1 tonne scarred Ironbark trunk was originally found (with the rest of the tree) about 200 metres south of its new position. As part of the Cultural…
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