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The Coal Mine at Leigh Creek in South Australia.
Roy Wunyumbi Ashley’s clapsticks, Gapuwiyak, Arnhem Land, NT.
The jila ( waterhole) in which the rainbow serpent lives at Honeymoon Springs near Jarlmadangah , WA.
Young community members preforming the Shake-a-Leg dance in Lockhart River in the Cape York Peninsula, Queensland.
One of Yulu’s damper, dug out of the ground by Leigh Creek Coal Miners at Leigh Creek in South Australia.
Jamie Green dancing at the Nayri Niari Festival on Bruny Island in Tasmania.
The two Arkurra Abina (Serpents) that followed Yulu down to Wilpena pound in the Yulu’s Coal story were called Ngarnangarrinha and Wartawinha. They became these two hills at Copley in South Australia.
Bruny Island, Tasmania
Saibai Island in the Torres Strait, which lies 4km from the Papua New Guinean coast.
Malkgulumbu (Beswick Falls), home of the mermaids, NT.
Possum Fur Cloak
Jaara Jaara Elder Brien Nelson’s possum fur cloak, Bendigo, Victoria.
Bilwal sap . Jarlmadangah, WA.
The Darling River in Wilcannia, NSW.