‘Plant a Pinwheel’ – Photos of the installation

“The installation was a great success, we had lots of passers-by stop and ask questions, which is what we wanted.” Belqis Youssofzay.

The ‘Plant a Pinwheel’ installation might be over but the work of the Asylum Seekers Centre isn’t. If you want to get involved or just want more information, visit http://www.asylumseekerscentre.org.au/

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