The Dreamings from the Saltwater Country (Narnu-Yuwa ki Anthaa)

Yanyuwa Families, John Bradley (Photographer), Amanda Kearney, Tom Chandler, Brent Mckee, Chandara Ung

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Abstract

The Dreamings from the Saltwater Country (Narnu-Yuwa ki Anthaa) is the second section of the Tiger Shark Dreaming song line of kujika. The first section is the The Song of the Tiger Shark at Manankurra (Manankurra Kujika).

Dreamings from the Saltwater Country (Narnu-Yuwa ki Anthaa) is out on the open sea out from the Wearyan River mouth. The Tiger Shark sing dolphins, dugongs, whales and a number of other creatures that live in Yanyuwa country.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherMonash University
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Keywords

  • Saltwater Country
  • Dreamings
  • Yanyuwa people

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    Families, Y. (Author), Bradley, J. (Photographer), Kearney, A. (Author), Chandler, T. (Author), Mckee, B. (Author), & Ung, C. (Author). (2010). The Dreamings from the Saltwater Country (Narnu-Yuwa ki Anthaa). Digital or Visual Products, Monash University.