Celebrity Support


A number of major names are supporting this vital initiative to protect Australia’s precious rock art.


These people include international international Australian acting legend Jack Thompson – star of countless international hit movies and Australia’s iconic singer-songwriter John Williamson – who has won countless awards for his incredible songwriting. 


Jack is well-known for his commitment to Indigenous issues – so is John. Both are passionate about Australia’s precious bush, our landscape and didn’t hesitate to lend their names to this campaign.
Jack Thompson is a major figure in the Australian acting scene. He has won a number of AFI Awards – including being inducted into the Logie Hall of Fame and is a Member of the Order of Australia. During an extensive career – spanning many decades – he has appeared in Australian and international films including “Sunday Too Far Away”, “Breaker Morant”, “The Sum of Us”, “Oyster Farmer”, “Australia” and “Mao’s Last Dancer”.


John Williamson is one of Australia’s leading singer songwriters.  2010 marked 40 years of working in the industry.  He was born in Quambatook, Victoria and comes from a farming background.  John has released over 32 albums, has sold over 4 million copies of his albums and has won 24 Golden Guitar awards.   John has travelled and toured extensively throughout all of Australia.


John Williamson has written many of Australia's best known songs including "True Blue", "Old Man Emu" and "Gallaries of Pink Galahs".


John has appeared in many of Australia's biggest events including the memorial service for TV legend Steve Irwin.


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