TURTLE JOURNEY Aboriginal Design Recycled Mat, Blue & Green
1.8 x 2.7m
The Turtle Journey Aboriginal design recycled mat in oceanic green and blue is a tranquil design, ideal for use as a meditation mat, camping mat or play mat. In our mid-size, it is compact enough to fold up for transporting but large enough to gather your family or class group for a yarn or a meal.
Helen Price is a Queensland-based Indigenous artist, from Darumbal country. Her Turtle Journey design speaks of the real life migration pattern of turtles, who travel hundreds of miles for the breeding season, but always return. The turtle never forgets where it comes from and nothing can keep it from coming home. “There is something inside, in its soul, that knows the way,” says the artist. It is similar to the journey back to country, where your soul is at home. It’s this literal and figurative journey that Price had in mind when she created Turtle Journey.
This mat is ideal as a souvenir of your Australian travels or as a discussion starter for multicultural early learning centres or community groups. The intense blue and striking turtle imagery will make a big visual impact in an office foyer or become the talking point of your living room or outdoor area. The Turtle Journey motif is also available on an indoor/outdoor cushion cover.
Like all the authentic, Indigenous design play mats, camping mats and classroom mats available from Recycled Mats, Turtle Journey is easy to clean and care for. Made from 95% recycled plastics, dust, sand or food spills wipe away with ease, making them equally useful in the home or in public settings – indoors and outdoors.
Match your mat with a set of Aboriginal design door mats to welcome friends to your home or school, or a handy beach shelter for safe and comfortable outdoor fun. From the kindy playground to the campsite, sports event or market site, your Turtle Journey floor mat provides durable ground cover.
Celebrate the beauty of the natural world and the spiritual connection to home with Turtle Journey, an Aboriginal design recycled mat in stunning blue and green. Order online today!
Name of design: Turtle Journey
Origin of design: Australian Aboriginal
Artist: Helen Price
Origin of artist: Darumbal country, Queensland
Size: 1.8 x 2.7m
Colours: Blue & green. *Also available in the following colour options - blue & white.
Note: These mats are reversible. Photos show both sides of the same mat. Mat colours may differ slightly from the images shown due to the different inks used in individual print runs.
Care Instructions: All our floor mats have been made to the best attainable standards from UV treated recycled polypropylene. Follow our guide to mat maintenance for cleaning and storage instructions. Our floor mats and playmats are suitable for indoor and outdoor use, but extensive exposure to sun or rain will lead to fading and deterioration over time.
*More information can be found about all of our artists on our artist's blog.
- Playmat in childcare centres and kindies
- Library 'storytelling' rugs
- Spread it on the floor to catch paint spills while the kids are having fun
- Use it during school or family outings
- Sporting occasions
- Family reunions
- Perfect for the beach – sand just washes or shakes off
- Perfect for picnics in the park
- High traffic areas
- Brighten a classroom or kid's playroom
- Cover an old non-usable concrete spot and bring new life to the area
- Define a play space for children
- BBQ areas
- Dog grooming shows
- Market stalls
- Lounge room floors or hall runners
- Cultural wall art
- Wedding or other ceremonial mats
- Going bush
Mat weight's guide:
|XXXL||6 x 2.4m||6.5 kg|
|XXL||4 x 2.4m||4 kg|
|XL||3 x 3m||3.6 kg|
|Large||2.7 x 2.7m||3.4 kg|
|Medium||2.7 x 1.8m||2.4 kg|
|Family size||2.1 x 1.5m||2 kg|
|Small||1.8 x 0.9m||0.9 kg|
|Square||1.8 x 1.8m||2 kg|
|Runners||2.7 x 0.9m||1.1 kg|
|Round XL||3m||3.5 kg|
|Round L||2.7m||3 kg|
|Round M||2.4m||2.2 kg|
|Round S||1.8m||2 kg|
|Door Mats||70cm x 45cm approx||1 kg|
Turtle JourneyBy: Maureen O'Meara on 6 February 2017Love this mat was very popular in our parent and child program
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