Bridget Bunduck

Bridget is a Tharnpa woman from Wadeye, and a self-taught artist. Her language is Murrinhpatha. She has worked at Palngun Wurnangat Aboriginal Corporation since 2009 and is an integral part of the design and production team.  

Bridget is the great-granddaughter of Nym Bunduck – one of Australia’s most significant bark painters - whose art is held in national collections including the National Gallery of Australia and NSW Art Gallery.

Bridget’s designs are humorous and classic – based on stories and experiences from her country and her life. She has three children and loves fishing and picking pandanus to make dilly bags.

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Empowering Communities and Protecting Country: Our Special Collaboration with Firesticks Alliance

Empowering Communities and Protecting Country: Our Special Collaboration with Firesticks Alliance

Our collaboration with Firesticks Alliance is a really special opportunity to learn. We interview Rachel Steffensen, People and Partnerships Manager at Firesticks Alliance. 

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How to measure yourself for online shopping

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FashionCharlie is growing and so is our range of kids clothes!

Charlie is growing and so is our range of kids clothes!

Our little boy Charlie is not so little anymore and we were heartbroken when he could no longer fit into our toddler clothes. Over the years, he has grown with the brand, from bibs and rompers to o...