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'Waijunbihn Jagun'- Mother Country Rug

This stunning artwork is by Bundjalung artist Holly Sanders.

  • Made of Nylon 9mm cut nylon pile rug with TPR backing
  • Serge stitching with no-pull edges
  • Treated to guard against odours, mildew and static shock


Sale price$349.30 Regular price$499.00

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Perfect for play-based learning, and for children to engage, connect to the stories in turn spark conversation!

'Waijunbihn Jagun'- Mother Country Rug
'Waijunbihn Jagun'- Mother Country Rug Sale price$349.30 Regular price$499.00

We are Proudly First Nations Owned

All Artists we work with receive commission from each item sold.

It is important our rich culture continues to be shared, so it's important we ensure the artists we work with receive a sustainable income so they can continue sharing stories through their artwork

Holly Sanders

Holly is the artist behind our Djurebil, Waijunbihn Jagun & Dubay Jagun designs.

Contemporary Aboriginal Artist and teacher, Holly Sanders, is a proud Bundjalung woman from the North Coast NSW who is currently based on Yuin Country, South Coast NSW.

“I always look to Country- the land, the sky and the sea- and use these images, stories and memories to paint. I use my art to tell the story of my Country and ancestors because I want to be able to share and celebrate my culture in a contemporary way with everyone”.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Mother Country Rug

Beautiful pattern and colours

Anne D.
Gorgeous design but extremely lightweight

I absolutely love the design on this rug, the rubber grip under the mat is awesome, it doesn't shift around which is great, I love that the business is wholly owned and run by indigenous people and that the profit goes directly back to the artist, however, this rug is extremely lightweight and I don't believe it will hold up to the rigorous demands of the small children who live in this house. I am extremely disappointed with how the rug is wearing and that I have to keep spot cleaning it. I have had to put it in a room where the children don't go and put some hard wearing carpet in its place. It does look fantastic in the other room but I bought this design so the children could use the pattern on the rug as roads and paths for their play based learning so I am a little disappointed

Jodie S.
A favourite place

This rug is by far the favored place for our students and staff to sit on and congregate for library story time. The colour and design is sensational. It creates a fun space and lifts the overall interior of our teaching room.

Logan N.
I love it.... It’s art

I love it....
It’s art not a mat, I have a few Aboriginal paintings in Oka, I love the story’s now I have ART on the floor it’s not a boring Matt
I love love love them