Today we got recognised as Ngarigo women, and accepted into the fold of family, that for many years we didn't even know we had. For those who know me, my passions, hopes, and dreams- know how much this means to me.
There's a big warmth in my heart, and a joy that i can't wait to always speak up and share ✨💕🌈
Thomas Holland graduated yesterday from CQUni Brisbane with a Bac of Accounting! Thomas is a Ngarigo man, a BHP BMA Scholar, a World Bronze Medalist (Under 23 Wheelchair Basketball World Championships) & starts a new job in January! Wow! Congratulations Thomas! 🎓👏🏽 #Ngarigo#Indigenous#Australia#CQUni#Brisbane#Accounting#Education
Just arrived, the superb Dingo Spirit by Ngarigo artist @peterwaplescrowe - only one more of this edition available from @craftvictoria and the next edition in gold also available from Craft Victoria. Feel so excited this fella is here.
Latest design #Canberra & Surrounds Tea Towel Available now on my ETSY store Link in profile
Canberra & Surrounds Tea Towel
Featuring surrounding towns villages & localities Queanbeyan #Yass#Goulburn#Cooma#Tumut#Murrumbateman Gunning #Batlow#Braidwood Collector Bowning #Burrinjuck Wee Jasper Gundaroo Tarago #Bungendore Brindabella Talbingo Michelago Captains Flat Araluen Bredbo Kiandra Yarrangobilly #Adaminaby and Chakola. Features the surrounding Indigenous language groups #Yuin#Ngarigo#Ngunawal#Wiradjuri#Gundungurra with local totem animals birds flora and more. Size 51 x71 cm
Printed using Earth Friendly Inks.
The perfect Souvenir gift
Use as a wall hanging
a table mat
dry your dishes with the perfect tea towel fabric.Free Postage in Australia and $5.00 WORLDWIDE
I still get a little cooky-excited when I see my song on iTunes. You can still download my track "Transition - Natalie Ambrose" on iTunes and GooglePlay! I won't give you a link, because I believe in you! Go for the hunt. Go!!
Where do I start, instagram? I've missed you, and I'm back. I've had a rough few months but with the support of my friends and loved ones, I'm still around to post things that make you say "what the hell is that?!" So, in honour of that tradition, I present to you the 'nulla nulla'. It's an Aboriginal weapon made from Mulga, otherwise known as King Brown wood, the hardest wood in Australia. Used for self defence and as a digging stick, any half-decent strike can render an animal unconscious. I'm always indebted to the traditional custodians of this land and the blood I share with other nations within this country. Thank you Cadigal, Barramattagal, Dharug and Tharawal. And especially to Ngarigo, where I find my ancestors and my dreaming. #Aboriginal#Indigenous#Cadigal#Eora#Ngarigo#Australia#weapon
Hey #jindabyne , please join @snowymonaroregionalcouncil for a Celebration of County at the Snowy Region Visitor Information Centre Gallery on Tuesday 25 July at 10am. This is your opportunity to connect with #Ngarigo people, the Traditional Custodians of the High Country; and to learn about their fascinating culture.
To be recoginised amongst some of Australias top inspiring Indigenous leaders as a future leader is pretty deadly, goes to show don't matter where you come from or what you been through! If you believe in yourself then anything in life is possible the world is yours. Happy NAIDOC week everyone #Facexhibition#Pride#Futureleader#Monaro#Ngarigo#Gunai#TheKidFromBodigz
SPEAKER 1: CHARLES SOLOMON - Landscape Architect, Garawana Creative @garawanacreative
A respected Indigenous landscape designer with Ngarigo heritage (from Cooma, New South Wales), Charles Solomon is director and founder of Garawana Creative , an Indigenous-owned and operated landscape and garden design business based in Melbourne. Charles’s extensive skills and knowledge in native botany, land management, conservation and ecosystems are supported by Indigenous cultural knowledge; in the Ngarigu language of the Monero/Ngarigo people, Garawana means ‘to dream’. Join Charles this Monday! @loopmelbourne @iadv_
The Snowy Mountains are #Ngarigo Country. Thier unbreakable connection to our mountains, rivers, and plains stretches back at least 25,000 years. These people, and thier culture, deserve to be celebrated and respected.
Next week is NAIDOC Week. Honour our First Peoples. Take the opportunity to learn about the oldest continuous cultures on the planet.
This exhibition can be viewed at the Snowy Visitor Information Centre throughout July. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with Australian history.