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MaWi Australia Headhouse is in Burleigh on Yugambeh-Kombumerri land - Queensland - Australia


The Woolchill'd - WATIYA TJUTA red - Bottle cooler

The Woolchill'd - WATIYA TJUTA red - Bottle cooler


- Made entirely by hand in Burleigh (Gold Coast, Queensland - Australia) using natural ONLY materials

- Take your favourite cold drink out of the fridge and slide it into your Woolchill'd where it will remain crispy cold for hours, as well as being protected from the heat, the sun and chocs

- 100% virgin Australian sheep wool is used for the best insulation there is!

- The Woolchill'd is entirely doubled layered and insulated using wool
- Resistant thick Cotton is used as the outer and inner fabric

- The inner part of the Woolchill'd is fully waterproofed

- The Woolchill'd are very light and can be shipped worldwide
- Handprinted fabrics ethically sourced from the Indigenous community of IKUNTJI in the Northern Territory
- This fabric is made of Tencel and Linen
- This design by Mitjili Napurrula (1945 - 2019) - Luritja artist from Papunya - depicts the ‘Watiya Tjuta Story’.In this design, Mitjili Napurrula depicts her father’s Tjukurrpa, the ceremonial spear straightening in Uwalkari country (Gibson desert region).
The Watiya Tjuta (Acacia Trees) are the trees that are used to make these spears. Uwalkari country is abundant with Watiya Tjuta, as well as sand hills and other plants. Mitjili paints the motif of the Watiya Tjuta, carrying on the recurring motif as her mother used to draw in the sand.Her mother passed on this Dreaming to her.

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