Return to Wooreen

RECENTLY Koonwarra identity Don Cook returned to the hills of Wooreen, his home town.

JD29WooreenBench02eHe was joined by friends Graham and Jan Green and Alison Wunderlich for a picnic on the bench and table which he created in 2010.
Mr Cook, now 95, enjoyed lunch looking over the beautiful views from the bench and table on Leongatha-Yarragon Road.
The roadside area is complemented by trees and plaques put there earlier this year by the Hallston Landcare Group put in place by that group to celebrate 25 years of Landcare in Hallston.

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