Here, the three major themes of landscape, flora and fauna are intensified in colour, form, detail and complex interrelationship until like an orchestrated fanfare the crowning glory of creation - humanity - is delivered in the middle of the next window, 18.
God said, 'Let us make man in our own image, in the likeness of ourselves, and let them be masters of the fish of the sea, the birds of heaven, the cattle, all the wild beasts and all the reptiles that crawl upon the earth....
Echoing Genesis' emphasis that humanity is the centre of creation, humanity is placed in the very centre of these windows and is also in the centre of a circle of animals. The circle starts with a musky rat-kangaroo eating a seed at the base of the window and continues via the atlas moth, orange-footed scrub-fowl, king parrot, Boyd's forest dragon, striped possum, koala, kookaburra, quoll, parrot, bettong, red-legged pademelon and finishes with a platypus in the stream.
Animals of water, land and air encircle the human family.