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  • sarongbg9

    Strength Through Language beach sarong

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    Sarongs are the handiest thing to have on one the beach, around the pool or on the boat - perfect for cover up on warm summer days. Wear in a beach wrap style with your swimsuit or bikini underneath or tie it around your body - the possibilities are endless. Made with super light weight fabricated voile material, it features our signature artwork and playful pom poms around the sides. Dimensions: 110 x 180 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Raymond Walters Japanangka Aboriginal artist (VIC) born in Alice Springs (NT). “The Emus are strong leaders which connects all our people, listening to languages, while nurturing sacred song lines and ceremonies across the land. They travel through country where the ancient languages breathe with mother earth, giving energy and strength to all life. ”
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $35.00
  • aboriginal-sarong-emublue1

    Emu Dreaming (blue) beach sarong

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    Sarongs are the handiest thing to have on one the beach, around the pool or on the boat - perfect for cover up on warm summer days. Wear in a beach wrap style with your swimsuit or bikini underneath or tie it around your body - the possibilities are endless. Made with super light weight fabricated voile material, it features our signature artwork and playful pom poms around the sides. Dimensions: 110 x 180 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Raymond Walters Japanangka Aboriginal artist (VIC) born in Alice Springs (NT).During the Jukurrpa (Dreamtime) many Ankerre (Emu) travelled across the Central Australian region from the Western Desert to the East, many of them perished, leaving behind significant sites and stories. [sf_modal header="Ankerre Jukurrpa (Emu Dreaming) – Feathers" link_type="text" link_text="More > " btn_colour="accent" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text="Button text"] During the Jukurrpa (Dreamtime) many Ankerre (Emu) travelled across the Central Australian region from the Western Desert to the East, many of them perished, leaving behind significant sites and stories.During their long journey one of the Ankerre went searching for food, a bush tucker, called Kutjuta (Bush Tomato). The Ankerre came across an old Ahltora (Bush Turkey) in Ngarleyekwerleng grass plains, my Grandfathers country. The Ankerre asked the Ahltora if he had any Kutjuta, the Ahltora replied that he had only dry, tasteless bush tucker. The Ankerre was too tired to travel and so he stayed around, waiting for the Ahltora to wander away. When the Ahltora flew away in the evening the Ankerre searched the area where he had seen the Ahltora earlier. As he walked around he came across a big tree and behind the tree was a deep trench filled with bush tucker, Kutjuta. The Ankerre tasted one of the Kutjuta and it was sweet and tasty. The Ahltora returned and found the Ankerre eating his hidden store of Kutjuta. They started to argue and began to fight. The Ankerre tried to hit the Ahltora with his wing and missed, hitting and splitting a Kutjuta and spreading the rest around, creating Ngarleyekwerleng.[/sf_modal]
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $35.00
  • aboriginal-sarong-dreamtime1

    Dreamtime beach sarong

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    Sarongs are the handiest thing to have on one the beach, around the pool or on the boat - perfect for cover up on warm summer days. Wear in a beach wrap style with your swimsuit or bikini underneath or tie it around your body - the possibilities are endless. Made with super light weight fabricated voile material, it features our signature artwork and playful pom poms around the sides. Dimensions: 110 x 180 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Marou Wing Aboriginal artist from Western Australia: “This is a story given to me by my father. The original painting focuses on the travels of the ancestors and the significant sites that they passed.”
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $35.00
  • aboriginal_clothing_polo_nsw_2

    GO NSW kids polo

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    A kids wardrobe staple to show support for the NSW Blues as they go head-to-head against their rival in the 2018 State of Origin games. Featuring our unique hand drawn NSW Blues “Cockroach” mascot. A true supporter essential, perfect for all day wear. This sweat-wicking, fully printed polo keeps the kids cool and dry, and the lightweight AirCool fabric creates a soft mesh-like feel that ensures active breathability and offers sun protection. protection.
    [master_faq category="aircool+SH+RE+CU"]
    [one_half][sf_modal header="SIZING HELP / KIDS POLO" link_type="text" link_text="⬌ SIZE CHART" btn_colour="accent" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text="Button text"]

    This relaxed and generous fit is our signature unisex style that is close to Australian standards. It is a little wider throughout the body & sleeves than usual and the waist is not shaped making this a versatile shirt fit. Order a size down if you’d like it more fitting. Measurements are in centimetres.

    The model is wearing size 4, he is 106 cm tall and 5 years old.

    [table type="standard_minimal"] [trow][thcol] SIZE[/thcol] [thcol]CHEST[/thcol] [thcol]LENGTH[/thcol] [thcol]SLEEVE[/thcol][/trow][trow] [tcol] 2[/tcol] [tcol]50-54[/tcol] [tcol]43[/tcol] [tcol]18[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol] 4[/tcol] [tcol]54-60[/tcol] [tcol]47[/tcol] [tcol]18[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol] 6[/tcol] [tcol]60-65[/tcol] [tcol]51[/tcol] [tcol]19[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol] 8[/tcol] [tcol]65-68[/tcol] [tcol]56[/tcol] [tcol]19[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol] 10[/tcol] [tcol]68-73[/tcol] [tcol]59[/tcol] [tcol]19[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol] 12[/tcol] [tcol]73-77[/tcol] [tcol]61[/tcol] [tcol]20[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol] 14[/tcol] [tcol]77-82[/tcol] [tcol]63[/tcol] [tcol]21[/tcol][/trow][/table]

    HOW TO MEASURE?

    Chest: Measure around the widest part of your chest and make sure the tape is flat across your back. Length: The full length of the garment starting from the top of your shoulder. Sleeve: Starting from the end of your shoulder to the bottom edge of the sleeve opening. polo-sizes.[/sf_modal] [/one_half][one_half_last]For adults sizes click here →[/one_half_last]
    $35.00
    5 out of 5
  • Sold out
    aboriginal-kimono-earth2

    Earth Traveller kimono

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    The must-have ultimate styling piece! Wrap yourself up with this sheer floaty kimono, and take your look to the next level. Great for the beach or a night out, team it with anything for fashion-forward dressing.
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Ailsa Walsh Aboriginal artist from the Lardil/Kullili/Yuggera Nation (QLD): Earth Traveller is a piece about us connecting to country. Where ever we travel we leave an imprint of ourselves to that place. The country also leaves a mark on us. This is when we are connected to the animals and the environment.
    [master_faq category="kim_pol+SH+RE+CU"]
    [one_half][sf_modal header="SIZING HELP / KIMONO" link_type="text" link_text="⬌ SIZE CHART" btn_colour="accent" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text="Button text"] Comfortable and loose relaxed fit, so if you worry about what to choose, just go a size down. Measurements are in centimetres. The model is wearing size XS/S, she is 170 cm tall. [table type="standard_minimal"] [trow] [thcol] SIZE[/thcol] [thcol]BUST[/thcol] [thcol]WAIST[/thcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  XS/S (8-10)[/tcol] [tcol]82-90[/tcol] [tcol]63-70[/tcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  M/L (12-14)[/tcol] [tcol]93-102[/tcol] [tcol]72-81[/tcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  XL/XXL (16-18)[/tcol] [tcol]104-112[/tcol] [tcol]82-90[/tcol] [/trow] [/table]

    MEASURE YOURSELF!

    Bust: Measure under your arms, around the widest part of your bust. Waist: Measure around the slimmest part of your torso (around your natural waist line). kimono-sizes2.[/sf_modal] [/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]
    $42.00
  • aboriginal-kimono-emu-dreaming-blue2

    Emu Dreaming (blue) kimono

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    Part of our Limited Edition series, Emu Dreaming brings an exceptional on-trend style to everyone’s wardrobe.  The must-have ultimate styling piece! Wrap yourself up with this sheer floaty kimono, and take your look to the next level. Great for the beach or a night out, team it with anything for fashion-forward dressing.
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Raymond Walters Japanangka Aboriginal artist (VIC) born in Alice Springs (NT).During the Jukurrpa (Dreamtime) many Ankerre (Emu) travelled across the Central Australian region from the Western Desert to the East, many of them perished, leaving behind significant sites and stories. [sf_modal header="Ankerre Jukurrpa (Emu Dreaming) – Feathers" link_type="text" link_text="More > " btn_colour="accent" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text="Button text"] During the Jukurrpa (Dreamtime) many Ankerre (Emu) travelled across the Central Australian region from the Western Desert to the East, many of them perished, leaving behind significant sites and stories.During their long journey one of the Ankerre went searching for food, a bush tucker, called Kutjuta (Bush Tomato). The Ankerre came across an old Ahltora (Bush Turkey) in Ngarleyekwerleng grass plains, my Grandfathers country. The Ankerre asked the Ahltora if he had any Kutjuta, the Ahltora replied that he had only dry, tasteless bush tucker. The Ankerre was too tired to travel and so he stayed around, waiting for the Ahltora to wander away. When the Ahltora flew away in the evening the Ankerre searched the area where he had seen the Ahltora earlier. As he walked around he came across a big tree and behind the tree was a deep trench filled with bush tucker, Kutjuta. The Ankerre tasted one of the Kutjuta and it was sweet and tasty. The Ahltora returned and found the Ankerre eating his hidden store of Kutjuta. They started to argue and began to fight. The Ankerre tried to hit the Ahltora with his wing and missed, hitting and splitting a Kutjuta and spreading the rest around, creating Ngarleyekwerleng.[/sf_modal]
    [master_faq category="kim_pol+SH+RE+CU"]
    [one_half][sf_modal header="SIZING HELP / KIMONO" link_type="text" link_text="⬌ SIZE CHART" btn_colour="accent" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text="Button text"] Comfortable and loose relaxed fit, so if you worry about what to choose, just go a size down. Measurements are in centimetres. The model is wearing size XS/S, she is 170 cm tall. [table type="standard_minimal"] [trow] [thcol] SIZE[/thcol] [thcol]BUST[/thcol] [thcol]WAIST[/thcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  XS/S (8-10)[/tcol] [tcol]82-90[/tcol] [tcol]63-70[/tcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  M/L (12-14)[/tcol] [tcol]93-102[/tcol] [tcol]72-81[/tcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  XL/XXL (16-18)[/tcol] [tcol]104-112[/tcol] [tcol]82-90[/tcol] [/trow] [/table]

    MEASURE YOURSELF!

    Bust: Measure under your arms, around the widest part of your bust. Waist: Measure around the slimmest part of your torso (around your natural waist line). kimono-sizes2.[/sf_modal] [/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]
    $42.00
  • inma-kimono-1
    inma-kimono-1

    Inma kimono

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    The must-have ultimate styling piece! Wrap yourself up with this sheer floaty kimono, and take your look to the next level. Great for the beach or a night out, team it with anything for fashion-forward dressing.
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Elizabeth Close Aboriginal artist from Northern Territory. Elizabeth is an Anangu woman from the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara language groups from Norther Territory. Her work is a fusion of contemporary and traditional work, using vivid warmth to convey the landscape of the place she calls home. INMA means ceremony/song/dance in her traditional language.
    [master_faq category="kim_pol+SH+RE+CU"]
    [one_half][sf_modal header="SIZING HELP / KIMONO" link_type="text" link_text="⬌ SIZE CHART" btn_colour="accent" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text="Button text"] Comfortable and loose relaxed fit, so if you worry about what to choose, just go a size down. Measurements are in centimetres. The model is wearing size M/L, she is 182 cm tall. [table type="standard_minimal"] [trow] [thcol] SIZE[/thcol] [thcol]BUST[/thcol] [thcol]WAIST[/thcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  XS/S (8-10)[/tcol] [tcol]82-90[/tcol] [tcol]63-70[/tcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  M/L (12-14)[/tcol] [tcol]93-102[/tcol] [tcol]72-81[/tcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  XL/XXL (16-18)[/tcol] [tcol]104-112[/tcol] [tcol]82-90[/tcol] [/trow] [/table]

    MEASURE YOURSELF!

    Bust: Measure under your arms, around the widest part of your bust. Waist: Measure around the slimmest part of your torso (around your natural waist line). kimono-sizes2.[/sf_modal] [/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]
    $42.00
  • aboriginal_clothing_kimono_dreamtime_1

    Dreamtime kimono

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    The must-have ultimate styling piece! Wrap yourself up with this sheer floaty kimono, and take your look to the next level. Great for the beach or a night out, team it with anything for fashion-forward dressing.
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Marou Wing Aboriginal artist from Western Australia: “This is a story given to me by my father. The original painting focuses on the travels of the ancestors and the significant sites that they passed.”
    [master_faq category="kim_pol+SH+RE+CU"]
    [one_half][sf_modal header="SIZING HELP / KIMONO" link_type="text" link_text="⬌ SIZE CHART" btn_colour="accent" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text="Button text"] Comfortable and loose relaxed fit, so if you worry about what to choose, just go a size down. Measurements are in centimetres. The model is wearing size XS/S, she is 165 cm tall. [table type="standard_minimal"] [trow] [thcol] SIZE[/thcol] [thcol]BUST[/thcol] [thcol]WAIST[/thcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  XS/S (8-10)[/tcol] [tcol]82-90[/tcol] [tcol]63-70[/tcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  M/L (12-14)[/tcol] [tcol]93-102[/tcol] [tcol]72-81[/tcol] [/trow] [trow] [tcol]  XL/XXL (16-18)[/tcol] [tcol]104-112[/tcol] [tcol]82-90[/tcol] [/trow] [/table]

    MEASURE YOURSELF!

    Bust: Measure under your arms, around the widest part of your bust. Waist: Measure around the slimmest part of your torso (around your natural waist line). kimono-sizes2.[/sf_modal] [/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]
    $42.00
    5 out of 5
  • aboriginia-round-beach-towel-earth-traveller-0

    Earth Traveller round beach towel

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    Everybody loves a day at the beach and your new summer companion has just arrived! This gorgeous roundy is a must have for outside lounging, big enough for two and it lifts easily when it's time to trek up the shore. Features one of our signature artwork and knitted fringe borders for an artisanal touch. This beach throw is made of soft microfibre for a quick dry. Diametre: 150 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Ailsa Walsh Aboriginal artist from the Lardil/Kullili/Yuggera Nation (QLD): Earth Traveller is a piece about us connecting to country. Where ever we travel we leave an imprint of ourselves to that place. The country also leaves a mark on us. This is when we are connected to the animals and the environment.
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $38.00
    5 out of 5
  • Sold out
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    Seashells round beach towel

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    Everybody loves a day at the beach and your new summer companion has just arrived! This gorgeous roundy is a must have for outside lounging, big enough for two and it lifts easily when it's time to trek up the shore. Features one of our signature artwork and knitted fringe borders for an artisanal touch. This beach throw is made of soft microfibre for a quick dry. Diametre: 150 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Eden Jamieson Aboriginal artist from NSW: “My biggest inspiration is the ocean and it’s beautiful creatures. The original artwork signifies seashells along the shore. It also represents a memory in which I would collect things as a child while wandering along the beach."
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $38.00
  • aboriginia-round-beach-towel-emu-dreaming-0

    Emu Dreaming round beach towel

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    Everybody loves a day at the beach and your new summer companion has just arrived! This gorgeous roundy is a must have for outside lounging, big enough for two and it lifts easily when it's time to trek up the shore. Features one of our signature artwork and knitted fringe borders for an artisanal touch. This beach throw is made of soft microfibre for a quick dry. Diametre: 150 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Raymond Walters Japanangka Aboriginal artist (VIC) born in Alice Springs (NT). During the Jukurrpa (Dreamtime) many Ankerre (Emu) travelled across the Central Australian region from the Western Desert to the East, many of them perished, leaving behind significant sites and stories. [sf_modal header="Ankerre Jukurrpa (Emu Dreaming) – Feathers" link_type="text" link_text="More > " btn_colour="accent" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text="Button text"] During the Jukurrpa (Dreamtime) many Ankerre (Emu) travelled across the Central Australian region from the Western Desert to the East, many of them perished, leaving behind significant sites and stories.During their long journey one of the Ankerre went searching for food, a bush tucker, called Kutjuta (Bush Tomato). The Ankerre came across an old Ahltora (Bush Turkey) in Ngarleyekwerleng grass plains, my Grandfathers country. The Ankerre asked the Ahltora if he had any Kutjuta, the Ahltora replied that he had only dry, tasteless bush tucker. The Ankerre was too tired to travel and so he stayed around, waiting for the Ahltora to wander away. When the Ahltora flew away in the evening the Ankerre searched the area where he had seen the Ahltora earlier. As he walked around he came across a big tree and behind the tree was a deep trench filled with bush tucker, Kutjuta. The Ankerre tasted one of the Kutjuta and it was sweet and tasty. The Ahltora returned and found the Ankerre eating his hidden store of Kutjuta. They started to argue and began to fight. The Ankerre tried to hit the Ahltora with his wing and missed, hitting and splitting a Kutjuta and spreading the rest around, creating Ngarleyekwerleng.[/sf_modal]
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $38.00
    5 out of 5
  • aboriginia-round-beach-towel-language-connection-0

    Language Connection round beach towel

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    Everybody loves a day at the beach and your new summer companion has just arrived! This gorgeous roundy is a must have for outside lounging, big enough for two and it lifts easily when it's time to trek up the shore. Features one of our signature artwork and knitted fringe borders for an artisanal touch. This beach throw is made of soft microfibre for a quick dry. Diametre: 150 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Jo Bayalawuy Thorne Aboriginal artist from the Galiwin’ku Community, Elcho Island (NT). “Our language is an essential component of our culture and the essence of our existence. It represents our intricate kinship systems and cultural lore.”
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $38.00
  • Sold out
    aboriginia-round-beach-towel-rockpools-0

    Rockpools round beach towel

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    Everybody loves a day at the beach and your new summer companion has just arrived! This gorgeous roundy is a must have for outside lounging, big enough for two and it lifts easily when it's time to trek up the shore. Features one of our signature artwork and knitted fringe borders for an artisanal touch. This beach throw is made of soft microfibre for a quick dry. [highlight] This beach towel comes with BLACK fringes (not white) and darker blue colour[/highlight] Diametre: 150 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Nathan Patterson Aboriginal artist from Victoria: “This artwork represents the coastline, It symbolises the rockpools and the strong connection of my family to the salt water.”
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $38.00
  • aboriginal-hand-bag-emudreaming-orange
    aboriginal-hand-bag-emudreaming-orange

    Emu Dreaming (orange) beach bag

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    Whether you are sunning yourself at the beach or going out on the weekend, this fashionable tote is the perfect accessory for any lifestyle. Featuring bold printed design, magnetic closure, durable internal lining with zipped pocket and rope handles. Dimensions: 46 x 33 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Raymond Walters Japanangka Aboriginal artist (VIC) born in Alice Springs (NT). During the Jukurrpa (Dreamtime) many Ankerre (Emu) travelled across the Central Australian region from the Western Desert to the East, many of them perished, leaving behind significant sites and stories. [sf_modal header="Ankerre Jukurrpa (Emu Dreaming) – Feathers" link_type="text" link_text="More > " btn_colour="accent" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text="Button text"] During the Jukurrpa (Dreamtime) many Ankerre (Emu) travelled across the Central Australian region from the Western Desert to the East, many of them perished, leaving behind significant sites and stories.During their long journey one of the Ankerre went searching for food, a bush tucker, called Kutjuta (Bush Tomato). The Ankerre came across an old Ahltora (Bush Turkey) in Ngarleyekwerleng grass plains, my Grandfathers country. The Ankerre asked the Ahltora if he had any Kutjuta, the Ahltora replied that he had only dry, tasteless bush tucker. The Ankerre was too tired to travel and so he stayed around, waiting for the Ahltora to wander away. When the Ahltora flew away in the evening the Ankerre searched the area where he had seen the Ahltora earlier. As he walked around he came across a big tree and behind the tree was a deep trench filled with bush tucker, Kutjuta. The Ankerre tasted one of the Kutjuta and it was sweet and tasty. The Ahltora returned and found the Ankerre eating his hidden store of Kutjuta. They started to argue and began to fight. The Ankerre tried to hit the Ahltora with his wing and missed, hitting and splitting a Kutjuta and spreading the rest around, creating Ngarleyekwerleng.[/sf_modal]
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $30.00
  • aboriginal-hand-bag-earth
    aboriginal-hand-bag-earth

    Earth Traveller beach bag

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    Whether you are sunning yourself at the beach or going out on the weekend, this fashionable tote is the perfect accessory for any lifestyle. Featuring bold printed design, magnetic closure, durable internal lining with zipped pocket and rope handles. Dimensions: 46 x 33 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Ailsa Walsh Aboriginal artist from the Lardil/Kullili/Yuggera Nation (QLD): Earth Traveller is a piece about us connecting to country. Where ever we travel we leave an imprint of ourselves to that place. The country also leaves a mark on us. This is when we are connected to the animals and the environment.
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $30.00
  • aboriginal-hand-bag-seashells
    aboriginal-hand-bag-seashells

    Seashells beach bag

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    Whether you are sunning yourself at the beach or going out on the weekend, this fashionable tote is the perfect accessory for any lifestyle. Featuring bold printed design, magnetic closure, durable internal lining with zipped pocket and rope handles. Dimensions: 46 x 33 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Eden Jamieson Aboriginal artist from NSW: “My biggest inspiration is the ocean and it’s beautiful creatures. The original artwork signifies seashells along the shore. It also represents a memory in which I would collect things as a child while wandering along the beach.”
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $30.00
  • Sold out
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    aboriginal-hand-bag-strength

    Strength Through Language beach bag

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    Whether you are sunning yourself at the beach or going out on the weekend, this fashionable tote is the perfect accessory for any lifestyle. Featuring bold printed design, magnetic closure, durable internal lining with zipped pocket and rope handles. Dimensions: 46 x 33 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Raymond Walters Japanangka Aboriginal artist (VIC) born in Alice Springs (NT). “The Emus are strong leaders which connects all our people, listening to languages, while nurturing sacred song lines and ceremonies across the land. They travel through country where the ancient languages breathe with mother earth, giving energy and strength to all life. ”
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $30.00
  • aboriginal-hand-bag-languageconnection
    aboriginal-hand-bag-languageconnection

    Language Connection beach bag

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    Whether you are sunning yourself at the beach or going out on the weekend, this fashionable tote is the perfect accessory for any lifestyle. Featuring bold printed design, magnetic closure, durable internal lining with zipped pocket and rope handles. Dimensions: 46 x 33 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Jo Bayalawuy Thorne Aboriginal artist from the Galiwin’ku Community, Elcho Island (NT). “Our language is an essential component of our culture and the essence of our existence. It represents our intricate kinship systems and cultural lore.”
    [master_faq category="nofabric"]
    $30.00
  • aboriginal-hand-bag-ancientsea
    aboriginal-hand-bag-ancientsea

    Ancient Sea beach bag

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    Whether you are sunning yourself at the beach or going out on the weekend, this fashionable tote is the perfect accessory for any lifestyle. Featuring bold printed design, magnetic closure, durable internal lining with zipped pocket and rope handles. Dimensions: 46 x 33 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-drawn by Thomas Harry Aboriginal artist from Queensland: “Ancient Sea depicts the continuation and the celebration of life and showing the journey of sea turtles. This myth was inherited from my grandmother and takes place on the Far North QLD.”
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    $30.00
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    Dreamtime beach bag

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    Whether you are sunning yourself at the beach or going out on the weekend, this fashionable tote is the perfect accessory for any lifestyle. Featuring bold printed design, magnetic closure, durable internal lining with zipped pocket and rope handles. Dimensions: 46 x 33 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Marou Wing Aboriginal artist from Western Australia: “This is a story given to me by my father. The original painting focuses on the travels of the ancestors and the significant sites that they passed.”
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    Rockpools beach bag

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    Whether you are sunning yourself at the beach or going out on the weekend, this fashionable tote is the perfect accessory for any lifestyle. Featuring bold printed design, magnetic closure, durable internal lining with zipped pocket and rope handles. Dimensions: 46 x 33 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Nathan Patterson Aboriginal artist from Victoria: “This artwork represents the coastline, It symbolises the rockpools and the strong connection of my family to the salt water.”
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    $30.00
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    Emu Dreaming (blue) beach bag

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    Whether you are sunning yourself at the beach or going out on the weekend, this fashionable tote is the perfect accessory for any lifestyle. Featuring bold printed design, magnetic closure, durable internal lining with zipped pocket and rope handles. Dimensions: 46 x 33 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Raymond Walters Japanangka Aboriginal artist (VIC) born in Alice Springs (NT). During the Jukurrpa (Dreamtime) many Ankerre (Emu) travelled across the Central Australian region from the Western Desert to the East, many of them perished, leaving behind significant sites and stories. [sf_modal header="Ankerre Jukurrpa (Emu Dreaming) – Feathers" link_type="text" link_text="More > " btn_colour="accent" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="ss-star" btn_text="Button text"] During the Jukurrpa (Dreamtime) many Ankerre (Emu) travelled across the Central Australian region from the Western Desert to the East, many of them perished, leaving behind significant sites and stories.During their long journey one of the Ankerre went searching for food, a bush tucker, called Kutjuta (Bush Tomato). The Ankerre came across an old Ahltora (Bush Turkey) in Ngarleyekwerleng grass plains, my Grandfathers country. The Ankerre asked the Ahltora if he had any Kutjuta, the Ahltora replied that he had only dry, tasteless bush tucker. The Ankerre was too tired to travel and so he stayed around, waiting for the Ahltora to wander away. When the Ahltora flew away in the evening the Ankerre searched the area where he had seen the Ahltora earlier. As he walked around he came across a big tree and behind the tree was a deep trench filled with bush tucker, Kutjuta. The Ankerre tasted one of the Kutjuta and it was sweet and tasty. The Ahltora returned and found the Ankerre eating his hidden store of Kutjuta. They started to argue and began to fight. The Ankerre tried to hit the Ahltora with his wing and missed, hitting and splitting a Kutjuta and spreading the rest around, creating Ngarleyekwerleng.[/sf_modal]
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    Stingers beach sarong

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    Sarongs are the handiest thing to have on one the beach, around the pool or on the boat - perfect for cover up on warm summer days. Wear in a beach wrap style with your swimsuit or bikini underneath or tie it around your body - the possibilities are endless. Made with super light weight fabricated voile material, it features our signature artwork and playful pom poms around the sides. Dimensions: 110 x 180 cm
    Based on an authentic artwork hand-painted by Eden Jamieson Aboriginal artist from NSW: “My biggest inspiration is the ocean and it’s beautiful creatures. When people go out looking for food on the ocean, sometimes they encounter with different species of stingers. This drawing features selected jelly fish as well as represents the multiple stings you may encounter when touching them”
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    We Remember pique polo

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    25 April is the day that marks the anniversary of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps’ landings on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. This year is even more significant because 2018 also marks the centenary of the end of the First World War. On this important day, millions of people in Australia and New Zealand honouring the heroes and remembering together.

    Lifewear's original Tribute Collection delivers a respectful style with commemorating all men and women who served Australia and New Zealand.

    Crafted from fine cotton for a comfortable feel and drape. This classic style has a tailored cut that feels and looks great on men and women. Comes with a printed pocket on the right chest, an embroidered poppy on the left chest and small embroidered Australian and NZ flags on the sleeves with vibrantly printed microfibre panels on the top.

    [one_fourth][/one_fourth] [three_fourth_last]By purchasing this shirt, you are helping us make our regular donations towards our charity of choice: Legacy Australia.[/three_fourth_last]
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    Standard fit true to size, unisex style close to Australian standards. The comfortable body cut & sleeves making this style a versatile shirt fit. Measurements are in centimetres.

    [table type="standard_minimal"] [trow][thcol] SIZE[/thcol] [thcol]CHEST[/thcol] [thcol]LENGTH[/thcol] [thcol]SLEEVE[/thcol][/trow][trow] [tcol]  XS (8)[/tcol] [tcol]87-92[/tcol] [tcol]63[/tcol] [tcol]20[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol]  S (10)[/tcol] [tcol]93-97[/tcol] [tcol]67[/tcol] [tcol]20[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol]  M (12)[/tcol] [tcol]97-102[/tcol] [tcol]69[/tcol] [tcol]21[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol]  L (14)[/tcol] [tcol]102-107[/tcol] [tcol]70[/tcol] [tcol]23[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol]  XL (16)[/tcol] [tcol]107-113[/tcol] [tcol]73[/tcol] [tcol]25[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol]  XXL (18)[/tcol] [tcol]113-118[/tcol] [tcol]74[/tcol] [tcol]25[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol]  3XL (20)[/tcol] [tcol]122-126[/tcol] [tcol]75[/tcol] [tcol]26[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol]  4XL (22)[/tcol] [tcol]130-134[/tcol] [tcol]77[/tcol] [tcol]27[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol]  5XL (24)[/tcol] [tcol]140-145[/tcol] [tcol]80[/tcol] [tcol]27[/tcol][/trow][trow] [tcol]  6XL (26)[/tcol] [tcol]147-152[/tcol] [tcol]83[/tcol] [tcol]28[/tcol][/trow][/table]

    MEASURE YOURSELF!

    Chest: Measure around the widest part of your chest and make sure the tape is flat across your back. Length: The full length of the garment starting from the top of your shoulder. Sleeve: Starting from the end of your shoulder to the bottom edge of the sleeve opening. polo-sizes.[/sf_modal] [/one_half][one_half_last][/one_half_last]
    $42.00$48.00 $11.00

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