Concept & Design - Associate Professor Clair Andersen

Funded by - University of Tasmania

Contributors - Special thanks to the Burnie and Hobart Reference Groups which included community members, staff and students, who actively supported the project, and to Dr Mark Brown, Professor Len Collard and Dr Leonn Satterthwait for their insights and valuable contributions.

Historical content on Aboriginal Colonial Interaction - University of Tasmania

Website by - Rangs Graphics & Design

Background images

The image for milaythina country with mountain was taken by Joe Sambono.

The artwork for tunapri, “Mt. Cameron West” was created by Judith-Rose Thomas, is an area now covered with sand to preserve the petroglyphs, carved on the rocks. It is a Spiritual and Sacred place for all Tasmanian Aboriginal people.

The artwork for tarkariliya, “Group of natives of Tasmania” was created by Robert Dowling who was born in England the youngest son of Rev. Henry Dowling and his wife Elizabeth, née Darke. He was brought to Launceston, Tasmania with his parents in 1839 on the 'Janet'.