ARTIST | Lawrence Robinson
In addition to the youths that are part of the KOFY Initiative, we also support local artists to sell their art. This piece is by one such local artist.
Jubullum Flat Camp Aboriginal Area is located within Country of the Bundjalung people of Jubullum. The reserve covers 7 hectares and is located near the village of Tabulam some 45 kilometres west of Casino in northern NSW. Jubullum Flat Camp Aboriginal Area is an important area to the Bundjalung people of Jubullum. It is the site of burials and a place of return of their ancestors to Country. The reserve symbolises a period of independence of the Bundjalung people of Jubullum and is a place that realises their hopes of reconciliation with the wider community as well as regaining control over traditional lands. The Jubullum Flat Camp is a cultural teaching place and an important place for the Bundjalung people of Jubullum to maintain connection with Country where they can hand down knowledge and skills to their younger generations. The native plant and animal values of Jubullum Flat Camp are intrinsic to its cultural values and provide opportunities for cultural teaching and for further regeneration.