January 26, 2021

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FNQ Floods feature in a new community exhibition launching tomorrow

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The exhibition is a space for residents to discuss their flood experiences, to help with recovery from the monsoonal trough, and to encourage people to prepare for the upcoming cyclone season.

A community exhibition showcasing photographs of the far north’s devastating January 2019 floods will launch tomorrow, Thursday, 19 November 2020, from 5:00 pm at the Port Douglas Community Hall. Guest speaker for the launch is Pam Willis from the Douglas Shire Historical Society. Everybody is invited to attend.

Over the past few months, Community Development Officer Kathrina Southwell of Douglas Shire Council has been working with communities worst affected by the 2019 monsoon trough and collecting photos across the region as part of the community project.

The exhibition will be a space for residents to discuss their flood experiences, to help with recovery from the monsoonal trough, and to encourage people to prepare for the upcoming cyclone season.

VIEW THE EXHIBITION

Port Douglas

When: 19 November to 21 November
Where: Port Douglas Community Hall
Open:
Thursday 19 November – 12 noon to 4pm
Friday 20 November – 10am to 3pm
Saturday 21 November – 10am to 1pm

Daintree Village

When: 24 November to 26 November
Where: Daintree Village
Open: 10am to 4pm each day

If you have any questions, email ksouthwell@cook.qld.gov.au, or phone 4082 0500.

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