Fleurieu Living Magazine

Discovering the roots of history

When Michael Heath stumbled across a photograph in FLM taken on Kangaroo Island, it sparked his interest. He hadn’t seen this particular stretch of mallee trees before and wanted to find out more. ‘If you come across a tree that shouldn’t really be there, you have to ask the question, how did it get there?’, he says. ‘It suggests that there is a story

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