From Aberdeen to Scone through to Muswellbrook and Goonoo Goonoo on route through Barraba, Bingara, Gilgai to the large town of Inverell in Northern NSW, close to the Queensland border.
Selina continues on her mission to and build her advocacy within country communities, stopping to surprise, delight and support the local community and spending time amongst country mayors, farmers, country children and widening her appreciation at the extent that the huge impact of climatic changes, and the undeniable nature of droughts environment affect on the well being of people land and living, farm to table on an off the land.
She is warmly welcomed, applauded and embraced in country communities for her courage, passion, tenacity, willingness to learn and understand and genuine care to be of service.
Immersing back into her personal wellbeing lifelong routines (psychotherapy, yoga and medical wellbeing) to keep her moving forward.
Selina, most relishes in the exchanges of warmth of her own home town & City communities and the strength, motivation and courage that which they clearly give her and their adoration of her and their joy and pride in all she has singlehandedly done already to bridge the divide and in the symbolism of hope, healing unity and one community well being.
She meets with her community and council to support two (2) key wellbeing and sharing of community awareness and understanding initiatives in her mission to support & investment of our country communities ~ focused on the well being of our Farmers, like the ones she personally met on her journey.
Her local IGA home town community continues to support her journey to help take services of breakfast cereals to country kid’s schools and water to support farmers and children. Their respect for her and personal hands on touch and delivery of these services, confident in knowing first hand it is going and can be seen to be where it genuinely is welcomed and appreciated.