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  • INDIGENOUS CULTURE AND LIFESTYLE
  • ANIMALS EMU TURTLE KANGAROO DINGO SNAKE FISH
  • FOOD 
The women were the principal food gatherers searching for seeds, vegetables, fruit and witchetty grubs. They used digging sticks and carried the food in Coolamon's (wooden bowls). Men hunted kangaroo, lizards, snakes, goanna and small birds with boomerangs, throwing sticks and spears.
  • ARTEFACTS
  • CAVE CARVINGS Aboriginal rock art is part of a tradition of painting and engraving that stretches back thousands of years. Some of the oldest surviving examples so far found are the rock engravings in the Pilbara in Western Australia and in the Olary region of South Australia which may be as much as 40 000 years old
  • DREAMTIME Dreaming stories vary throughout same time. Stories cover many themes about creation of sacred places law and custom. It is a complex network of knowledge, faith and practices that derive from these creation. It pervades and informs all spiritual abd physical aspects of an Indigenous Australian.
  • ABORIGINAL PAINTINGS
  • Dedicated to Gary John Cunningham “Goompy” 23 08.1960 – 01.10.2012
  • Proudly Presented By April Cunningham North Stradbroke Island Acknowledging Ancestors Past, Present and Future Noonuccal