All the animals, the birds and reptiles awoke and followed the Rainbow Serpent, the Mother of Life, across the land
There was an immense sense of pride welcoming back the first guests after the cyclone
“Malnutrition is common... I feel sometimes as if I’m dealing with similar conditions as the English working class at the beginning of the industrial revolution."
Where the waters meet
The mournful call of the curlew inspired the Aboriginal dreamtime story of Purrukapali and Bima that is told to Indigenous children across the northern parts of Australia including the Tiwi Islands.
Charcoal Lane provides the opportunity for Aboriginal and disadvantaged young people to transform their lives through training and working in this iconic building
Christmas Island is home to the beautiful golden bosun, frigate bird, red and brown footed cousins of the flamboyant blue footed booby of the Galapagos Islands
PHASE Nepal works with remote Himalayan communities to break the cycle of poverty and improve their health, education and livelihood opportunities.
The hay runners are "a bunch of blokes trying to help out a fellow Aussie in times of hardship."
The most confronting exposure I had was meeting a 21 year old girl who had been mauled by a bear.