We have partnered with 5 talented Indigenous artists to bring you a stunning new range. Each artwork's story is an embodiment of this year's powerful theme, 'Always Was, Always Will Be'.
NAIDOC Week 2020 acknowledges the true cultural heritage of Australia. First nations people have been custodians of this continent for over 65,000 years.
We at Bundarra recognise this spiritual connection to the land and respect it.
Join us in reflection & celebration of the oldest continuing culture on our planet. Always Was, Always Will Be.
Story: Connection To Country Artist: Shara Delaney
This contemporary painting highlights the First Nation People of Australia’s relationship to the land - past, present and future.The circles represent each First Nation group, who we belong to and identify as.
It portrays the intricate, respectful, spiritually and physically dependent, grateful, and protective ties to Country that gives us strength, resilience and a hope for the future. Within this Country, the painting speaks of the past and ongoing connections between Australia’s First Nations People, languages and Country.
As a people, we have been bestowed with a responsibility for lands and seas in which all of the creatures that inhabit the land, sea and sky country. This sense of responsibility is greater than an emotional tie – it is intrinsically tied to the spirits of all aspects of Country - ALWAYS WAS, ALWAYS WILL BE.
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Is your team looking for new work shirts? We can take this polo design and customise it with your logos and branding! This includes use of our new recycled fabric with UPF 50+ sun protection.
Our shirts all have a unique story - have a browse through our design catalogue to see dozens of other options. If you have a painting or a specific story to tell, let our Design Team work their magic for you!