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Royal Australian Mint - Wattle Rug | FIG Design

Royal Australian Mint - Wattle Rug | FIG Design

Royal Australian Mint - Wattle Rug | FIG Design

Royal Australian Mint - Wattle Rug | FIG Design

"Harvard Business Review" 72x48

"Harvard Business Review" 72x48

Bush Medicine Leaves, Gloria Petyarre. The ‘Bush Medicine Plant’ refers to a species of Acacia, which is used as part of Indigenous traditional healing. Women collect leaves from this plant and boil them to extract the resin. The resin is then mixed with kangaroo fat, which results in a paste. This paste is used to heal bites, wounds, cuts and rashes and can also be used as an insect repellent.

Bush Medicine Leaves, Gloria Petyarre. The ‘Bush Medicine Plant’ refers to a species of Acacia, which is used as part of Indigenous traditional healing. Women collect leaves from this plant and boil them to extract the resin. The resin is then mixed with kangaroo fat, which results in a paste. This paste is used to heal bites, wounds, cuts and rashes and can also be used as an insect repellent.

Gloria Fletcher (Aboriginal Australian: 1937 - 2011) - Mosquito corroboree – ceramic story pot by Thanakupi - 1994

Gloria Fletcher (Aboriginal Australian: 1937 - 2011) - Mosquito corroboree – ceramic story pot by Thanakupi - 1994

The Australia Packet Clipper "James Baines", 1854, James Baines & Co. Liverpool' Black Ball Line

The Australia Packet Clipper "James Baines", 1854, James Baines & Co. Liverpool' Black Ball Line

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

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