“River running through camp and trading lines not far from circle of a meeting place. Parts of Country barren from outside influence of contemporary times where things are commodities not sacred and sustained for self and family to remain strong. Rejuvenation shown with wildflowers symbolising the birth of people coming together to learn the importance we all have in the future to Country, to ourselves, to each other. Tracks made by us as people by others who walk our journey from different places represented by the same shape marking but difference in colors showing we are all one when unified.
Traditional methods mixed with contemporary colors symbolises Custodian responsibility and lore being brought into today.. the values do not change but it’s audience and surroundings do.
Our river systems are vital, our cultural lore and responsibility essential to the sustainability of the next generation and the future prosperity of our communities. Water – fluid, changing, peaceful, powerful like the spirit within.”