Kakadu Tiny Tots

Kangaroo Dreaming (Kunji) Winter Suit in White

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Kakadu Tiny Tots is:

  • Indigenous owned
  • 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
  • Supports Indigenous employment & training
These gorgeous long sleeved jumpsuit are perfect for keep bubs warm during the winter. Made from 100% organic cotton they are super soft, perfect baby's delicate skin. The beautiful kangaroo (kunji) dreaming artwork is by talented Indigenous artist Dale Austin.

Product: Baby Winter Jumpsuit
Materials: 100% certified organic cotton
Washing: Warm machine wash with mild detergent and similar colours.
Story: Kangaroo Dreaming (Kunji)
Artist: Sheril Cahill & Dale Austin
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CT
12/02/2021
Corinne T.
Australia Australia

Baby grow

I bought this for my new granddaughter, absolutely beautiful the quality of the material is excellent. So glad I found this web site

DW
11/01/2021
Diana W.
Australia Australia

winter suit

really cute unisex jumpsuit. Good quality. Baby not here yet.

LN
06/04/2021
Lynaire N.
Australia Australia

Gorgeous little suits

I have bought these for gifts for a newborn in Queensland and a newborn in Nz!! Love them ❤️

MEET THE ARTIST

Sheril Cahill & Dale Austin (Kakadu Tiny Tots)

Aboriginal Murrumburr woman & Ngombur man

Sheril is a senior traditional owner of Kakadu National Park. She attributes much of her design work and creativity to this upbringing.Today Sheril resides in Darwin and takes an active role in Kakadu Tiny Tots, her daughter Kylie-Lee has helped realise her dream by creating Kakadu Tiny Tots. Dale learnt traditional stories of his country from his aunties and cousins. Dale sought permission to be able to paint these age old stories in 2010 & has been painting, carving & creating works of art ever since. Dale’s journey now is to gain as much cultural knowledge of the oldest continuing tradition & pass it on to his children before it is lost forever.

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