Bush Babies Bunbury followed the story of Charles Hill and his wife Rachael Abraham (both deceased), who boldly embarked on a journey from the Wheatbelt town of Pingelly to their ancestral homelands in the Southwest, seeking a better and fairer life with their fourteen children.
29 August 2017
For Bush Babies Mandurah, CAN worked closely with local Elders and the City of Mandurah to capture the stories of Noongar people with connection to the Peel region.
31 August 2016
Bush Babies on the River explored the untold stories of the Noongar babies who were born in the bush, reserves or outskirts of towns.
30 August 2016
Bush Babies Goomalling took the form of an intergenerational project called Goomalling Yarns - Stories from Koomal boodja.
30 August 2015
Bush Babies played a vital role in Moora, where the sharing of stories brought together families who were grieving after many deaths in the community.
29 August 2014
When Bush Babies went to Narrogin in 2013, the project took another direction. Celebrating the strength and resilience of Noongar families, the launch showcased the stunning imagery collected during the first two phases of Bush Babies in Kellerberrin and Quairading.
25 August 2014
The Bush Babies Kellerberrin project started in 2012, involving more than 80 community members in a series of photographic workshops, photo documentation, digital recordings, research trips and community storytelling events.
24 August 2012
In 2010, inspired by Quairading Elder Winnie McHenry, a group of local Quairading community members came together for a reunion at the Badjaling Noongar Reserve in the Central Wheatbelt, a meeting that was the beginning of Bush Babies.
24 August 2010