"Two Worlds" symbolises Caitlyn's ties to both Adelaide and Broken Hill and how her connection stays strong even when she isn't on Country. The two main campsites represent the two worlds and Caitlyn's family gathered around both. The river system connecting both places, symbolises her strong connection to the Barkaa (River.) The mountains represent the beautiful Mutawintji, an area of special significance to the Barkindji people. There is also a dual meaning of symbolising overcoming adversity. They serve as a reminder of your strength and resilience in hard times. The other campsites in the centre of the painting represent journey points and important events that have made Caitlyn who she is. The people in this area that are floating, represent the people that have come in and out of Caitlyn's life. Although they may not be central in her life currently, they have had an impact on who she is today.