On land and in the seas around King Island, our animals are very well fed and cared for.
These chalkboards represent some of those animals; a cow and a fish.
These items are now being sold to raise funds to help 'Animals Australia' in its work of helping feed animals worldwide, stopping cruelty and teaching we humans how to live and interact with animals with respect and kindness.
The cord used on the chalkboards has been washed ashore on King Island beaches and repurposed. A small act to help our environment and the safety of the creatures that live here.
Chalkboards created by Jill.
Our artists and makers have their wonderful creations at various locations where you can call in and visit while on King Island.
To see more of Jill's creative items visit:
'Reekara Community Complex's Top Shop', North Rd, Reekara, King Island.
'King Island Arts & Cultural Centre', Edward St, Currie, King Island.
'POKI (Products of King Island) Monthly Markets', Currie Town Hall, King Island.
As laid back and relaxed as King Island is, unexpected situations do pop up which can make the easiest day turn hectic quickly for locals and visitors. It could be a good idea to call a couple of days beforehand to be sure they will be open on the day and/or time you plan to visit. They are also happy to be open by appointment if needed.