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Dreamtime, Australian Aboriginal Art

Choose from 69 pictures in our Dreamtime collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Aboriginal rock art: reclining couple Featured Dreamtime Print

Aboriginal rock art: reclining couple

Aboriginal rock art: reclining couple. The man has hairy arms, a feature of Nalbidji figures found in rock art shelters centred on the East Alligator River; female figure, 150 cm. Dangurrung, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia

© Jean-Paul Ferrero/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

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Aerials over Cudgen Creek, Kingscliff Featured Dreamtime Print

Aerials over Cudgen Creek, Kingscliff

Kingscliff is a beautiful coastal town in the Northern Rivers district of the far New South Wales North Coast. It's an easy going seaside community just a short drive from the Gold Coast offering plenty to do on it's beautiful beaches, delicious seafood, and waters sports from fishing to surfing to whale watching.
Kingscliff Beach is a stunning stretch that runs adjacent to the town with fine white sands curving from the breakwater at Cudgen Headland in the south, to Fingal Head's Dreamtime Beach in the north. Here you can also take in the views as Cudgen Creek makes it's way to the ocean

© Meaghan Skinner

Rock art: at the top, Namondjok, a creation ancestor who with his sister broke kinship Featured Dreamtime Print

Rock art: at the top, Namondjok, a creation ancestor who with his sister broke kinship

Rock art: at the top, Namondjok, a creation ancestor who with his sister broke kinship laws; later he became Ginga, the estuarine crocodile. Below: Barrginj, wife of Namarrgon the Lightning Man, and other X-ray style figures. He later became Ginga, the estuarine crocodile. Anbangbang, Nourlangie, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia