"A new public art commission by Our Port and City of Port Adelaide Enfield has recently been installed at Hart’s Mill. The artwork celebrates and values the strong Aboriginal connection to the place and area. It represents the sophistication of Aboriginal culture and language that have survived for over 60,000 years.
This piece is a connection node with the Mudlangga to Yertabulti Track, which shares stories by Aboriginal people about Port Adelaide and Lefevre Peninsula. The Meeting Place Sculpture and Journey Lines celebrate the strong Aboriginal connection to this place and represent the sophistication of Aboriginal culture and language.
Yaintya yartarra padnima, nguturni’adlu. When we walk this country, we gain in knowledge.
The installation was completed during April by artists Gerry McMahon and Paul Herzich and is located on the corner of the lawns at Hart’s Mill between the playground and the loop path."
From 'Our Port' May issue