Our NAIDOC 2020 collection acknowledges the true cultural heritage of Australia. First Nations people have been the custodians of this continent for 65,000 years. Here at Bundarra we recognise and respect this spiritual connection to the land. Our NAIDOC 2020 collection celebrates the oldest continuing culture on our planet. This year's designs reflect the NAIDOC theme “Always Was, Always Will Be”. We have partnered 5 talented Indigenous artists who created their own interpretations of this year's powerful theme. Some have explored their own personal heritage and connection to the country, while others have formed artworks that reflect the theme as a whole, the connection between the many different peoples that span this continent. Join us in reflection and celebration of the oldest continuing culture on our planet.
NAIDOC Clothing and Accessories
Our NAIDOC collection includes an extensive range of clothing and accessories. Whether you’re after something corporate and professional or a more casual outfit we’ve got your NAIDOC wardrobe covered. We offer polo shirts, tees, hoodies, shawls, scarves, women's fashion tops, leggings, lanyards and straw hats. These products feature our artists NAIDOC 2020 artworks and also our special “Always Was, Always Will Be” print which we offer as screen printed tees, hoodies and bags. One of our most popular NAIDOC artworks is artist Alicia Closes’ artwork “Our Beautiful Country”. The artwork tells a special story of the Australian coastline, when the sea level rose 7000 years ago. One of the sites where this historic change took place was Alicia’s home land, Quandamooka country. “Connection to Country” is another very popular artwork from our NAIDOC collection. The contemporary artwork by Shara Delaney highlights First Nations peoples connection to land - past, present and future.
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