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Below is a list of our latest blog posts, enjoy!


Date Posted: 11 March 2017

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Date Posted: 7 October 2016

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Wergaia Country, Western Victoria, Elder in residence for Communities for Children in Logan, Brisbane - Concept creator of the Walkabout Mat Game & Tracks in the Wild Game

Samoa - Designer of "Lalolagi" and "Aa i Faga"

Anna Connell is a Yuin woman from the Yuin nation. She was born in Moruya, and has a deep connection with the ocean. At Recycled Mats, we are proud to be working with Anna to translate her impressive creations into products for our homewares range.

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Wiradjuri Nation, New South Wales - Designer of the following mat designs; Tracks, Emu & Kangaroo Tracks, Yarning Circle, Gatherings & Journey's and graphic designer of Uncle Barry's Walkabout Game.

Darumbal Country, Queensland - Designer of the following mat designs; Family Feet, Come in for a Yarn, Butterfly, One People, Aussie People, Which Way, Manta Ray & Turtle Journey

Date Posted: 16 November 2016

Date Posted: 3 July 2016

A design that looks stunning and a piece that provokes conversation

Anmatyerre, Central Desert - Artist, owner of Anmatyerre Arts and Crafts - Designer of "Water Dreaming" mat & "Meeting Place", "Honey Ants" & "Whitchetty Grubs"

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Tuhoe, Ngaiterangi, Ngati Awa - Designer of the Mangopare, & Korero designs

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Talented Australian artist Zachary Bennett-Brook is a proud Torres Strait Islander man, born and raised in Dharawal Country, NSW. He has a strong connection to the ocean, as a surfer and saltwater man, and draws on the sea for artistic inspiration.

Dharug and Kamilaroi Country - Artist and educator, owner of The Yarning Circle.com - Designer of the "Our Place" & "Boomerang, Safe Journey & Welcome Back" mats & now the Map of Australia Activitiy Puzzle Pack.

Loodgengardinge. Jack was born in Perth and has ties to Bunuba on his Grand Fathers side, Walmajarri and Djaru on his Grand Mothers sides and his Fathers Grandmother was Gooniyandi.

is Aboriginal (Yidinji) / Torres Strait Islander (Stephen Island) - Designer of the Circle Time mat, and Torres Strait Island Turtle "Waru" designed mats