Adults and children will delight in Ambelin Kawaymullina’s use of colour, pattern, and design. Read the story together as you view the illustrations hung at child height. Within each illustration are hidden Australian objects. Where is dingo going? The animals are in for a surprise when dingo’s final destination is revealed on the final illustration.

Ambelin Kwaymullina is an award winning Aboriginal writer and illustrator from the Palyku people of the Pilbara in the North West region of Western Australia. She is well known for her picture books 'Caterpillar and Butterfly',The Two Hearted Numbat' and 'How Frogmouth Found Her Home'.

Sally Morgan is one of Australia’s most celebrated Aboriginal authors. She is a Palyku person of the Pilbara who is widely known for her book 'My Place'. She has written a number of books for children including 'Sam’s Bush Journey' illustrated by Bronwyn Bancroft as well as 'Me and My Dad'and 'Charlie Burr'.

The Bush Bash illustrations are part of the State Library of Western Australia’s Dr Peter Williams Collection of Illustrations.

Where: State Library of WA, The Place, Mezzanine Floor 

Image: An illustration of the book title Bush Bash! with wombats walking in a line and birds flying above the book title.

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State Library of WA

Perth Cultural Centre, 25 Francis Street, Perth WA 6000

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