Cornerstone of the Nation


We were proud to be associated with these two exhibitions. One, “Cornerstone of the Nation”, Wilsons Promontory’s role during World War ll at the Museum.

Called the ‘cornerstone of the continent’ by George Bass when he discovered the area in 1798, this exhibition highlighted the importance of Wilsons Promontory within the nation’s security during W.W.ll and its role in the training of selected soldiers for guerilla warfare.

and two, “Debt of Honour” a photographic exhibition by Bruce Butler, at Stockyard Gallery. Details on a previous notification.

Opened on Wednesday 20th February 2013, 7pm at Stockyard Gallery