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New “Big Picture” Maps to Inspire Kids & Community


Sharing Visions for Australia is a powerful process– and helps create the life we love. Now Australian schools are invited to create local Big Picture Oz Maps as a Vision for Australia – read on …

“Vision, our “view of the world” or our dream, are what guides most  people whether they realize it or not ” says Richard O’Neill, director of the Australian Visions Project.  Vision is a key  to most successful projects or creations, and creating the Australia you want is best achieved by you being involved.

Communities and organizations are empowering themselves by a clear, shared, integrated Vision.  Global visionaries like Nelson Mandela or Buckminster Fuller have said this is the age of integrity – meaning we integrate (meaning become whole or “one”) – or perish.  Organizations who are committed to integrity are finding inner creativity and great rewards.

Schools are invited to Share “Vision for Australia” as words, art &/or photo images at the website, where it will be added to the Big Picture Oz Map.

It’s easy with the tools & resources there too– and you may even win an Outback Safari to Uluru or the Kimberley !   Work may also be published in the “Australian Visions Yearbook”.

Do you Love a party ?  Celebration events are also supported by the project. Schools, councils & communities are given planning tools, mentoring & promotion aids and are encouraged to create Vision displays & a “Party for Nature” based on time proven wisdom.– see details at

Schools can create OzMaps as a class or whole school or whole community project – using the ideas in the AV Toolkits, or by individual students submitting Visions to the website.  Students can work with other community groups to produce community Visions for Australia – as a book or Big Picture Artwork or other products. Contact Australian Visions for some valuable income earning ideas for your school too.

Contact Australian Visions for some smart income earning ideas for your school.

Environmental and Aboriginal groups are encouraged to meet to organize events that can attract great benefits through these projects – ask at the website for ideas and details.

Youth groups are also supported by the project. It was youth who created the world’s most successful tree planting organization – see Foundations at

Councils can engage their community with a Big Picture Oz Map community artwork– ask about tools & workshops from the Australian Visions team.

So have fun as you tune into nature in this Year of the Outback and see

Australian Visions … Enriching Our Nature

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