Cartoon series depicts the personalities of Port Phillip Bay

jacko

Old mate Jacko is part of a cartoon series created by Amellia Formby from the Wing Threads project for the Connected to Port Phillip initiative, which aims to tell the stories of the cultural heritage and amazing wildlife in and around Melbourne’s Port Phillip Bay.

Schools of Port Jackson sharks can often be found in marine protected areas in the bay such as Rickett’s Point, and in many protected rocky reef systems inside the bay and around the open beaches of the Mornington Peninsula. Safe to say, if you’ve never seen Jacko or his friends, then you need to get out diving more often!

Amellia will be demonstrating her great artworks at Day by the Bay Point Cook on Saturday March 23.

 

 

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Posted on March 13, 2019, in coast, sea life, sharks, Victoria. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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