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Free pass to bush attraction

NORTH Burnett families will be treated to six free exhibitions at the RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre, with the launch of a free entry card.

Each household will receive one card entitling the family - of up to six family members - free entry to the six exhibitions, with accompanying visitors gaining entrance at half price.

Entry cards can be picked up from the RM Williams centre, the council's offices and town libraries.

The latest exhibition, Mangroves and Mud, will continue to be on display until the end of this month.

The photographic display by Lindsay Titmarsh, described as "inspiring", explores untouched and unique areas hidden along the Mary and Susan rivers.

Families can also look forward to what is in store for July, when Christopher Trotter's Animated Steel exhibition begins.

Mr Trotter makes clever and quirky artwork sculptures out of steel products.

Topics:  bush, education, family, north burnett, rm williams



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