The tree in front of the Mount Isa Police Station has been the latest site to be yarn-bombed and it's for a good reason.
The Mount Isa Domestic Violence Action Group, which includes police, together with Healthy Families Yarn took the yarning to a tree and also to a police vehicle to raise awareness for domestic violence.
Together these groups are encouraging you to sit and have a yarn with your family and friends about topics which keep you safe and healthy, in a hope we can put an end to domestic violence.
It follows the yarn bombing of other places in the city including the lookout and miner and child statue.
Tonight (Wednesday) at 6pm, a virtual candlelight vigil will be held to remember those that have lost their lives due to domestic violence.
It's part of Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Queensland Month
If you, or anyone you know, is experiencing domestic violence, call Policelink on 131 444 at any time, come into your local station or submit a form online at https://www.police.qld.gov.au/domestic-violence.
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