Excerpt from abc.net.au
In one of the most remote places in Australia, a community gathers.
There are bottles of wine galore: chardonnay, pinot, sauvignon blanc — boxes and boxes of the stuff.
Only all the bottles are empty.
Anne Rae and Bronwyn Stubbs have earplugs in and their guests are wearing face masks. A machine is switched on and it’s so loud you have to shout to be heard.
Flinders Island, north of Tasmania in Bass Strait, has a waste problem — and locals in the town of Killiecrankie are taking things into their own hands, one bottle at a time.