Metaphorically restore Lake Pedder to its beautiful natural state by completing this 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle. This puzzle features Lake Pedder as viewed from the Frankland Range by photographer and activist David Neilson during the Summer of 1972, the last Summer before the Lake was flooded in order to create a hydro-electric dam. This Puzzle was produced by Tasmanian created and owned company Outside the Box, which aims to raise awareness and money for various environmental and human rights issues.
Dimensions: Box: Length: 35 cm, Width: 22.5 cm, Height: 4.5 cm
Dimensions: Completed puzzle: Length: 73.5 cm, Width: 58.5 cm
Making a difference
- Outside the Box is a Tasmanian created and owned small business
- They donate 100% of proceeds from the sale of this jigsaw to support the campaign to restore Lake Pedder
- The puzzle and box are 100% cardboard and come in a soft plastic recyclable packaging
- 1000 piece puzzle of the once beautiful Lake Pedder as photographed by David Neilson
- Comes in a sturdy cardboard box
- High quality cut puzzle pieces
Created by four friends who met in this beautiful island State, Outside the Box supports people championing human rights, and environmental causes as well as supporting people in the arts world. They elevate causes by selling products related to them, providing detailed information about the cause, and oftentimes donating proceeds of sales to support the cause. They work with many differentpeople and take on new projects regularly.