Ceramic Coffee Keep Cup – Barwon Heads Bluff Paws | Hand Made in Victoria
Great Ocean Road
Regular price $45.00
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Our new Kangaroo Jack Ceramic Coffee Keep Cup is inspired by Barwon Heads Bluff in Victoria, Australia.
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- Size: Large
- Height: 10.5cm
- Width: 27cm
- Volume: 10oz (300ml).
- Hand made locally in Victoria.
- Ceramic Coffee Keep Cup featuring dog paw prints in the sand, iconic to the coastal town of Barwon Heads in Victoria.
- Artist: Heather Gandy.
- Supporting local small businesses and Australian manufacturing.
- Kangaroo Jack is an Australian owned & operated small business based in Torquay, Victoria.
- Please note that each ceramic coffee keep cup is hand made so there may be slight variations in the cup glaze that is unique to each individual cup.
Kangaroo Jack donates 10% of all our online face mask sales to our local Indigenous Community at the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre in Victoria, Australia. The Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre is a not-for-profit organisation that facilitates Indigenous educational programs for Australian school students and disadvantaged Indigenous youth.
At the core of our brand is our ‘Kangaroo (Badagarang) Jack’ artwork, created by the very talented Indigenous artist M.J. Badagarang from the ‘Dharug Nation’ in Sydney, Australia.
“The traditional name for kangaroo in Dharug Country is ‘Badagarang’, this is my totem animal that I must always protect and cherish. The kangaroo is a strong, native Australian animal and is considered to be very family orientated. The yellow, orange and brown lines inside the kangaroo artwork represent the rivers in Australia. Rivers are important to us as traditional people as it provides life to ‘Country’. In my culture, the term ‘Country’ refers to people, animals, place and land. The orange dots that form small circles represent communities, signifying the 250 Aboriginal Countries that makeup Australia. The ‘U’ shapes around the kangaroo symbolises the different people coming from around the world that are seeking understanding for culture and traditional Australia. The white dots connects us all, as one people. No matter where you come from, I acknowledge you and thank you for visiting the stories my old people left us. Thank you for supporting ‘Kangaroo Jack’.
Let’s walk together.” M.J. Badagarang (Mikaela J. Cameron)