Circular Projects » Flight

Point Cook has long been associated with flight – from the planes high in the sky to the plentiful birdlife that migrate to the wetlands from across the seas.

High in the skies above Point Cook, a rich assortment of planes and birds can be seen. This mixture of aviation and birdlife occupies the same air space, but for very different reasons.

The man-made flying machines represent the perennial, whilst the birdlife is transient and migratory in nature.