Crystal McGregor, Lyndal Hansen and Ping Carlyon at the launch of the Four, Six 80 launch.
Crystal McGregor, Lyndal Hansen and Ping Carlyon at the launch of the Four, Six 80 launch.

Region inspires new range of souvenirs

AMARNA and local artist Ping Carlyon today launched Four Six 8 0, a unique collection of souvenirs that has been produced using artwork inspired by the Gladstone region.

The artwork is based on a contemporary, exclusive style depicting images that distinctly define Gladstone; the opportunities created by industry, a majestic working harbour, beautiful sandy beaches, amazing wildlife and incredible scenery.

The value of industry, environment and liveability in Gladstone are present in each piece of art, and demonstrate how living in 4680 is unlike anywhere else.

Four Six 8 0 has been developed by a local company, with a local artist and uses local suppliers to produce the unique Gladstone souvenirs.

The 'Four Six 8 0' Collection will be available for purchase from the Gladstone Visitor Information Centre, Clinton Foodworks, Hansen's City Food Express and Auckland Street Office National.



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