In January she told me that there were also a couple of dolphins in the southern suburbs, and before I went to Sydney I went to the South Perth foreshore to see them.
The 36 dolphins that have been on display since the 20th January are part of the art trail The Big Splash WA, a initiative from Perth Children's Hospital Foundation (pchf) to raise awareness and funds for child and adolescent mental health.
|South Perth foreshore with the city across the Swan River|
|Patch by Eli Moody|
|Good vibes by Beth Taylor|
|Native by Anya Brock|
|Bursting with Hope by Debbie Horton-French & Desiree Crossing|
Before the end of the exhibition on the 4th of March, the dolphins will be auctioned to raise funds to support innovative treatment programs that engage children and adolescents cared for at Princess Margaret Hospital, who are at risk of self-harm or suicide to help drive their recovery. Donations can also be made to pchf.org.au
Aren't they so pretty?