The remote camps happen each dry season and give frail aged Indigenous ladies the opportunity to participate in activities on country.
We come to your community in our Troop Carriers and take you out camping for up to a week. When we arrive at your community, we will sit and talk with you about your choice of activities on camp. They could include:
- visiting family in other communities
- digging for roots or clay to collect colour for dying
- picking bush tucker
- collecting plants for eating or weaving.
When we return to camp after being out all day, the ladies love cooking their catches and preparing their finds for weaving or painting.
Camp is set up in your local community area, in consultation with locals. The camp is solar powered, and the ladies stay in tents with bedding supplied.