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Canberra Raiders 2024 Indigenous Jersey Youth

The theme of this year’s jersey is “Where the water meets the land,” with the jersey designed by Birpai and Worimi woman Kulka Fahey.

The design for the jersey uses the overall theme of “Where the water meets the land” with the river running through the centre of the jersey and land either side of the design. The design depicts Ngunnawal landmarks and celebrates the countries of the Raiders current Indigenous players by featuring their totems (Wedge Tail Eagle, Dugong, Crocodile and Emu).

Along where the water meets the land you will find multiple symbols that represent men, women, and children. This represents not only those who live within the Canberra region, but also the Canberra Raiders supporters throughout Australia.

The meeting circles that are all connected within the artwork portray some of the significant places located within the Canberra region. These include:

· Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve

· Namadgi National Park

· The Australian Alps

· The Woolshed Creek Geological Monument

· Lake Burley Griffin.

These 5 landmarks of Canberra listed above are a mix of naturally occurring and manmade sites which make Canberra such a wonderful city to visit.

Artist Kulka Fahey said the design allowed her to draw on her own culture while making sure she included and respected the Ngunnawal Country on where the design draws its main inspiration.

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