A LARGE mural depicting scenes from Gloucester and surrounds has been unveiled at the community health centre.
The mural was a project undertaken by indigenous students from Gloucester High who spent months using traditional and more modern painting techniques to complete the artwork.
The group met fortnightly to work on the mural and receive harm-minimisation education regarding drugs, alcohol and safe sex practices.
The finished product is 5m long and 2m high.
The Bucketts dominate the background along with grassland and the river.
The three meeting places represent the three traditional campsites, at Gloucester Public School, Gloucester Soldiers Memorial Hospital and the bowling club. Native animals are also featured in the mural as well as people of different skins.
The unveiling was attended by staff from Hunter New England Health, Uncle Jimmy Clarke and dancers from Gloucester Public.
Members of Gloucester Rotary Club cooked the barbecue.