SKU: VP213738

Product Description
  • Twin needle stitching on pockets, sides and seams for added durability
  • UPF 50+ lightweight 155 gsm cotton twill
  • Complies with AS/NZS 1906.4:2010 and high visibility standard AS/NZS 4602.1:2011
  • Class D/N Safety Garment, suitable for Day & Night use.
  • Class NF Non-Fluorescent Material.
  • Garment sizing: XXS to 4XL, 6XL
  • QLD Rail Compliant
  • Indigenous Pattern Artist  – Luke Penrith
  • Biography: Luke Penrith’s ancestry is connected through the Wiradjuri, Wotjobaluk, the Yuin and the Gumbaynggirr Nation.
  • His passion is mentoring and nurturing Indigenous Australian job-seekers. Lore, culture and heritage are paramount to Luke.
  • His art reflects what he sees, hears and can smell and touch; he is a modern contemporary Aboriginal Artist living in Brungle NSW.

Yarning Circles have been used by First Nations people since the beginning of time and it continues to be an important process with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture. A Yarning circle is a practice of speaking and listening from the heart. It is a collaborative way to communicate in a respectful place without judgement. Dialogue allows all to grow in mutual understanding, experience and knowledge. Culturally, it builds respectful relationships and is used to prepare and pass on cultural knowledge.

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