National Parks service seeks help with graffiti

Blue graffiti on Hawke head road in Bouddi National ParkBlue graffiti on Hawke head road in Bouddi National Park

The National Parks and Wildlife Service has asked members of the public to come forward if they have information about graffiti on a sandstone plateau in Bouddi National Park.
The graffiti was found by a member of the local community near Hawke Head Rd behind Wagstaffe looking north towards Blackwall Mountain.
The Service has yet to determine whether the graffiti could be cleaned off without damaging the sandstone.
Members of the public who have information about who may have been responsible, based on the “tag” used by the offender, should contact the National Parks and Wildlife Service with any information that may be useful.

SOURCE:
Media statement, 7 Dec 2017
Stephanie Childs, National Parks and Wildlife Service

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