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        Discover the rich tapestry of Aboriginal culture with our vibrant 'Dreamtime' seating mat set. Perfect for activities involving house colours, storytime or floor-work. Our multi-pack seating mat is the perfect addition to any educational setting.

        Designed by renowned Australian Aboriginal artist De Greer Yindimincarlie of the Wiradjuri Nation, these educational mats are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also provide a practical and interactive way to explore Indigenous culture in schools and other educational settings. Each mat showcases a different Aboriginal symbol, both in line form and in colourful artwork, and is accompanied by a detailed description of its meaning and significance.

        Crafted from recycled car tyres and PET plastics, our Dreamtime mats are soft, yet hardwearing, ensuring longevity and durability. Each individual mat measures 45 x 70cm, adding a striking and colourful touch to any classroom, library, or community centre.

        This handy bulk pack features the school house colours of Red, Green, Yellow & Blue, and you will receive 4 x sets of 5 unique mats - one set of each colour - a total of 20 individual seating mats! 

        Our Dreamtime mats are an invaluable resource for educators seeking to incorporate Indigenous perspectives into their teaching. Great for reading groups, sporting events or floor-work, they offer a hands-on learning experience that encourages students to engage with Aboriginal culture in a meaningful and interactive way.

        Our seating mats can be used in conjunction with our range of outdoor recycled plastic mats to create an inclusive setting for games and activities. Our 'Come Celebrate' 1.8x1.8m mats are the perfect pairing. Want to make your classroom or library reading corner even more colourful and inviting? Check out our range of cushion covers which include many beautiful Indigenous designs.

        We have so many teaching resources available and would love to have you along for the journey. If you're keen to take a look inside our fantastic 'Learning Hub' click here. Want to read more about teaching Aboriginal culture in Primary School? Check out our inspiring story on Dareton Public School.

        Name of Design

        dreamtime mats multipack

        Origin of Design

        Australian Aboriginal, 10% paid to artist


        De Greer Yindimincarlie

        Origin of Artist



        45 x 70cm; 5mm thick



        Fabric / Materials

        Recycled car tyres and PET plastics.


        Designed and made in Australia

        Care Instructions

        May be cleaned with warm soapy water. May be used both outdoors or indoors, but is recommended to not be left in direct UV sunlight as fading may occur over time.




        Not suitable for children under 3 years

        • Celebrate Aboriginal culture
        • Learn about symbolism and the story of each symbol
        • Set of 4 primary colours help kids to identify as being part of a 'House'
        • Use them for games and transition times
        • Use them to guide children where to sit
        • Use them to assist with reading
        • Take them on excursions and school camps
        • Seating mats to avoid kids sitting on the concrete / damp ground
        SKU SMP04
        Brand Recycled Mats
        Shipping Weight 26.2000kg
        Shipping Width 0.500m
        Shipping Height 0.120m
        Shipping Length 0.750m
        Shipping Cubic 0.045000000m3