Bajirru! there you all are, hello! From the Yanyuwa language of Balarinji’s origin community Borroloola NT
Jinangu awara wabarrangu barra kalu-wingka marnijinju wabudala kari-nguthundawabarrangu jinangu Australia li-wulu marnaji barra liyi-Yanyuwawu awara li-Marranbala li-Arrwangala li-Gudanji jinangu awara Burrulula marnaji yamulhu
Our Country we belong to is Borroloola. Yanyuwa, Marra, Gudanji and Garrawa people.We welcome everyone to this land Australia.
Yanyuwa elder Samuel Evans Jamika
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Transport for NSW

Aboriginal art trail strategy

Close collaboration with project stakeholders

The project involved close collaboration with project stakeholders Transport for NSW and artwork fabricators High-Vis Group to ensure the engineering and infrastructure requirements for the artwork were incorporated. This also assisted in the design finalisation, procurement and installation of the artworks.

An experience for thousands of motorists each day

The W2B artworks communicate, educate and celebrate the rich, enduring culture of the Gumbaynggirr, Yaegl and Bundjalung Nations through physical and spiritual belonging, and connection to Country that will stand for generations to come.

A deep sense of place

The W2B Aboriginal Art Trail is a unique example of design that deepens a sense of place, embeds wellbeing touch points and celebrates an Australian identity that embraces our rich and ancient foundational heritage.

Gumbaynggirr artworks

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Yaegl artworks

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Bundjalung artworks

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