A symbol of culture, connection and hope has now been selected as the banner for fledgling Indigenous women's group Gomeroi Yinarr Lancare Group.
After great deliberation, the committee handed down their judgement on design submissions, and say the chosen one symbolises the values, ideals and dreams uniting their cause.
The group will be for Indigenous women from Tamworth and the surrounding areas, and a former local, Katlyn Kirk, answered the call to submit her winning interpretation.
For Kaleila Thornton, the architect behind the group, the uplifting response to submissions reflected the welcome they've already received in town.
"It was so great to see people from different cultures and nationalities try their hand at designing our logo, adults and children, and from the comments from our group our new logo really embraces who we are," Ms Thornton explained.
"We are an Aboriginal group embracing Aboriginal country. We are on Gomeroi land, and the design was beautiful and spoke to a lot of women."
Things are moving along nicely for the group, who have plans to develop a garden space for women to come and learn, share culture and connect to country.
But there is also much more going on behind the scenes.
Ms Thornton has already been approached by local businesses wanting to be involved in their activities, things like workshops, working bees and school education sessions.
Ms Thornton said now it was all about networking, and establishing ties with existing community groups to see how a working relationship could be cultivated.
"We've also had so much interest from schools, and young women in schools, around 15-years-old showing interest to go gardening. It shows how much our women need this."
They had planned to start work the end of this year, however have postponed the first ever working bee until March, with the weather far too hot to be outside.
"If there are any businesses out there that think they'd be able to help out or work with us, may in terms of landscaping design or plant donation, please let us know and we'll be happy to have you on board," she said.
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