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Yilawura (Night) Sand Free Premium Quilted Picnic Rug (150cm x 200cm)

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Transform your picnic with these stunning First Nations artwork picnic rugs. Perfect for spending time at the park or beach, for throwing over car seats, and for keeping little ones comfortable on days out. 

Made from high quality double layers of quilted, water-resistant, sand-proof polyester that's comfortable and practical. These rugs can be folded and fastened with a matching velcro panel and carry handle for easy transport and storage. Make every adventure picture perfect with our beautiful picnic rugs. 

Product: Picnic Rug
Fabric: Quilted Polyester
Dimensions: 150cm x 200cm
Story: Yilawura (Night)
Artist: Amanda Hinkelmann

Yilawura (Night)
This artwork represents camp trips with extended family. There are representations of our camps, each family in its own area, with a central fire in which we sit together for much of the day. There is the lake which we fish, canoe and swim in- always competing for the biggest and most fish. On one side, we are met with Australian Eucalypts, and on the other, hills covered in pine. The kangaroos move freely between. The stars sit above us, with our old people watching down, checking that Pop has enough wood on the fire, that Toby had poked it just the right amount of times with his big stick, and that the kids have just enough marshmallows to give them a tummy ache.

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Amanda Hinkelmann

Wiradjuri woman

Amanda Hinkelmann is a Wiradjuri woman born in Wagga Wagga. She is raising her four children on Wiradjuri Country, passing down... Learn more