- Registration number
- Item name
- Indigenous name
- Associated cultural group
- Yugambeh area: Kombumerri, Munaljahli, Wangeriburra, Migunburri, Guggin, Birinburra
- Australia > Australia > Queensland > South east Queensland > Burleigh Heads, Logan and Nerang Rivers
- Acquisition date
- July 30, 1996
- Acquisition method
- Donated by University of Queensland, ATSI Studies Unit
- H: W: L: D: Circum:
Two colour poster, 420 x 300mm, 'Yugambeh Aboriginal War Memorial'. Blue lettering and red drawing on a white background. The poster is dominated by the drawing, with a bird (eagle?), snake and dolphin in x-ray style, as well as concentric circles and outlines of a hand. At the bottom is the explanatory lettering: 'YUGAMBEH is the language name of the Aboriginal people whosse tribal region extends inland from the Logan and Nerang Rivers and includes the areas covered by all the adjacent streams and creeks. Yugambeh family groups include Kombumerri, Munaljahli, Wangeriburra, Migunburri, Guggin, Birinburra and others.' Produced by Kombumerri Aboriginal corporation for Culture, and art work by Marshall Bell.
Part of a series of posters donated by the Studies Unit for Display No. 37, 'Did You know...', a number of which were laminated prior to hanging.