Title: "Bunya Pine" by Ron Potter
Caption: "BUNYA PINE" by Ron Potter
The Bunya pine produces an abundant crop of fruit every three years. Aboriginal people would meet at this time to celebrate and feast on the pine cone nuts. The cone nuts had to be boiled or roasted to remove the harmful toxins.
TOBWABBA ART tells the story of the Worimi people from the Great Lakes region of coastal New South Wales. TOBWABBA ART is a living portrayal of the rich and diverse culture of the Worimi people that has been passed down through the generations. Royalties from the sale of licensed products go to TOBWABBA ART and benefit the Worimi community.
Dimensions: 11.8cm x 17.8cm
Publisher: Visit Merchandise
Publisher Note: Visit Merchandise proudly supports the Indigenous Art Code ensuring fair and ethical trade in Australian Aboriginal Artwork. Royalties from the sale of licensed products go directly to TOBWABBA ART and benefit the Worimi community.