Jabiru by Corben Mudjandi
“Before it was a really busy mining town. Now, since the mine closed and everyone left, it’s kind of… how do you say? It’s like a love and hate thing. We hate the mine, we want them to leave, but we don’t want the people to go.
So when the mine left, we also lost that community feel. And then, you know, we almost started calling it a ghost town. When the mine started moving out and people also started moving out, we started seeing things change. This was, I think, around 2016. Now, the Mirarr vision is to recreate that strong sense of community. We really love that.
We want to create a place that can be remembered for future generations.” – Corben Mudjandi.