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View puzzle pieces from others on our online gallery page. We also encourage you to submit a photo of your puzzle piece/s and story by completing an online form here.
Your piece represents your story and together all of our pieces will connect to tell our collective story.
We look forward to seeing the Murrindindi story unfold.
DindiLink's Sarah and Andrew have enjoyed connected people to the support they require.
Yea and District Children's Centre Collaboration.jpeg
Each handprint represents the children at Yea and District Children's Centre with our Early Childhood Educators surrounding them with calm and Support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lucky Country by Bonnie from Buxton Despite the challanges of 2020 Bonnie and her family feel so lucky to live in such a beutiful country.jpg
Surrounded in love by their educators
Sarah Southam with her beautifully painted puzzle piece. Sarah has enjoyed her time with the Murrindindi Shire Council during COVID-19 and the blue gums with their stunning eucalypt perfume.
Jack Coomber, local Yea resident has enjoyed having more time during COVID-19 to breed his chickens.
Kinglake West Primary School
Lachlan, a local resident of Yea has missed going to the skate park during COVID-19
Marysville Pre School 2020
Alexandra & District Kindergarten
Yea and District Children's Centre
Rowan from Kinglake West Primary School used guns and Roses to represent his anger and happiness during COVID-19.jpg
Max from Yea Primary School just wanted to draw a colourful picture to get past 2020.
Alexandras Library has enjoyed providing their Book Butler Service during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Connecting the Pieces launched by our DindiLink team- Sarah and Andrew
Yea Community House, Nat and Carlie have enjoyed making photo collage puzzle pieces
A few common themes came across from Marysville Primary Students...lots of Netflix watching during COVID-19 and missing of friends.
Marysville Primary School students collective pieces.
Students also enjoyed the flexibility of home schooling and having more time for their hobbies.
Mikayla from Kinglake West Primary School appreciated her mum helping her when she felt sad during COVID-19.
Yea & District Children's Centre Bilby's 4yo Kinder group puzzle pieces represent the togetherness they experienced. They were lucky enough to still be able to attend and learn together during COVID-19.
"Togetherness" by Yea & District Children's Centre Bilby's 4yo Kinder group
Alexandra Standard and Yea Chronicle have loved keeping us up to date during 2020
Tavish from Kinglake West Primary School felt locked inside their home surrounded by Corona warriors.
Bray from Kinglake West Primary School was sad during COVID-19 but is looking forward to some happiness during Christmas
COVID-19 by William from Kinglake West Primary School.jpg
COVID-19 felt like a puzzle according to Emma from Kinglake West Primary School
Emily and Maya from Kinglake West Primary School have missed camping during COVID-19.
Emma from Kinglake West Primary School piece represents her feelings of being locked in but so close to freedom.
Evan from Yea Primary School drew all the things that were important to him during COVID-19
Georgie from Kinglake West Primary School reflected on COVID-19 affecting everyone regardless of colour
Harrison from Kinglake West Primary School felt like he was in a prison cell trying to break out
Isiac from Kinglake West Primary School missed his family and friends during COVID-19.
"I slowely drift away from the world" Angus from Kinglake West Primary School.
"Its all about looking over stars and just remembering the ones who trust you are the ones who love you. Lucy from Kinglake West Primary School.
Izzy from Yea Primary School drew all the things she is grateful for in her life.
Jasper and Zanni enjoyed learning the new skill of finger knitting during COVID-19.
Kael from Kinglake west primary school felt alone during covid-19.
Rachel of Yea Primary "We are in this together".
Kinglake West Primary School students have enjoyed playing computer games during COVID-19.
Kinglake West Primary School students have missed the ocean.
Lucas from Yea Primary School shared his adventures during COVID-19.
Marysville Primary School.
Mikaela from Kinglake West Primary School is looking forward to camping with her friends again.
Neegh from kinglake west primary school feelings during COVID-19
Thomas from Kinglake West Primary School felt angry sad and frustrated during COVID-19.
Xavier Coomber resident of Buxton enjoyed getting a new trampoline over COVID-19.jpg
Yea Primary school.
Yea Primary School Collaboration.jpg
Be Kind and Be Safe.jpg
Eva enjoyed her party for one duirng COVID19-Happy 2nd Birthday Eva.jpg
Eva painted all of the snakes and animals on her farm where she enjoyed spending most of 2020.jpg
Lock down reads by Libby.jpg
Coller family puzzle piece.jpg
Nerissa puzzle piece.jpg
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