Why not try flavouring your food with beautiful bush tucker ingredients? 🌿🍽 @corchardbushtucker has provided some major culinary inspiration and we'd love to share his work with you! We'll also provide pictures of the real native ingredients used so you can have a go too. Love exploring and embracing culture! 🌿
1 - slow-cooked lamb on pappardelle, flavoured with saltbush and mountain pepper
2 - roast potato, sweet potato and steak flavoured with wattle seed and saltbush
3 - crab and prawn creamy pasta with saltbush and wattle seed
4 - dipping sauce with finger lime, mountain pepper, bush tomato and lemon myrtle
• mountain pepper
• finger lime
• lemon myrtle
We’re celebrating NAIDOC week at school this week and as a whole school we have been making hands to be displayed in our school hall. As this years theme is “Because of her we can” we have decided to write a small message to a special female and why we appreciate them so much. Some of my students chose to thank me. I’m glad to know that I’m a positive influence on many lives ☺️ sometimes we just need a little reminder! #naidoc#becauseofherwecan#teachqld#indigenousaustralia#teachersofinstagram
‘The Jandamarra Story’ features Bunuba elder Joe Ross telling the tale of Jandamarra from deep within the caves of Tunnel Creek. We are honoured to win an award of Excellence at the 2018 Videographer Awards for it. This accolade gives us the opportunity to share the important cultural story with the world. Watch video via link in bio.
Zach Bennet-Brook discovered a passion for art in year 12 and hasn’t looked back. Zach’s art combines his love for surfing with contemporary Indigenous culture. Check out our video interview with Zach, and his work, at the-real.com.au
As usual @warlu_art have another beautiful photo of an artist in action! Helen Nampijinpa Robertson (daughter of well-known Shorty Jangala Robertson) uses a beautiful combination of line work and dot work in her paintings. 🎨
Black Mist/Burnt Country at Lewers Bequest Gallery, Penrith Regional Art Gallery. Brilliant exhibit on indigenous representations of British Nuclear Testing in the Australian desert. Black Rain and Maralinga both by Jonathan Kumintjarra Brown (1960-1997). #aboriginalart#indigenousaustralia#lewersgallery
Fly deep into the heart of the Dreamtime to an exclusive Jawoyn art site (only available for guests flying with Nitmiluk Heli-Touring). It’s an unforgettable Nitmiluk experience unlike any other. 🚁 ☀️👣🧡 #jawoyncountry#sharingourcountry#nitmiluknt
Rise celebrated NAIDOC Week 2018 by taking part in lots of community events!
Here is the short recap of what we got up to! The full story is on the blog.
Our Moorditj Mia group were invited to the @swandistrictsfc NAIDOC Week round, and enjoyed the best seats in the house!
This group also had a stall at @cityofswanwa celebrations, along with out Youth team who have our temporary tattoos and engaged young people about the women who inspired them.
We had a stand at the Deadly Job Expo, as part of Town of Bassendean's celebrations. We got to chat to lots of jobseekers and some of the opportunities at Rise.
Our Moorditj group in the south also attended the @cityofarmadalewa celebrations at Memorial Park, where they enjoyed dancing, a delicious lunch and seeing all the stalls.
Wow - what a great week it was!