This design pays homage to our ancestors' ingenuity. With this amazing invention, from the oldest culture on earth, elements of the tapered ends of the boomerang would be used in the development of the modern day aircraft, namely the helicopter blades.  


Our mob were already thinking about aero-dynamics thousands of years ago. The boomerang would probably be the most iconic Aboriginal artefact around.

~ Dreamtime Coffins ~

'that special send off for that special loved one'

BOOMERANG

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Bunjil the Eagle is totem to not only tribes here in Victoria but throughout the Australia.


Creations stories speak of their power and wisdom and how they gave the people their lores/laws. After Bunjil left the earth he turned into the Eagle.

BUNJIL WARRIOR

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This design is feminine in nature and we have used more of a feminine colour pallet in the work.


It reflects the beauty of nature and pays homage to our beautiful Indigenous wrukut (women) around Australia.

BUTTERFLY

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The Dolphin is an amazing creature and is held in high regard by many coastal Aboriginal tribes around Australia.


In some tribal legends and stories, dolphins have ben known to assist the 'mob' in catching schools of fish.


The dolphin would herd the fish in towards the shore where the mob were waiting with nets and spears.

DOLPHIN

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Stingrays are another coastal totem around Australia to our mobs.


To other mobs they are part of the saltwater diet. Generally caught in shallow waters by a skilled warrior using a fishing spear and woomera.

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Jirrah means kangaroo in the Gunnai language. Jirrah meat was part of the staple diet and is the most healthiest protein meat around.


Cloaks and rugs were made from the hide while certain bones were shaped and used for spear heads and sewing skins together using the valuable sinew from the Jirrahs' powerful hind legs.

JIRRAH

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The Australian Brolga is noted for their beautiful courtship dances during their mating season.


Commonly they are more of a female totem as in a lot of Dreamtime stories as they mostly relate to women stories.


Their dance is often re-enacted in 'corroborees' around many tribes throughout Australia.

BROLGA

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We are constantly expanding the range of our coffins.

Bataluk is a Gunnai langange word fo lizard. Part of the Staple diet throughout the country with different mobs.


Bataluk is very common in art around Australia.


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Do-Wrung the snake relates to different mobs dreaming stories around the country.


To some he is a totem or part of the creation stories that talk of how rivers and lakes were formed.


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PAPERBARK

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