Dhawdhaypa Dhoey Nithapa (Healing the Land) - (One Size Fits All) Beanies - Beanie
Dhawdhaypa Dhoey Nithapa (Healing the Land) - (One Size Fits All) Beanies - Beanie

Dhawdhaypa Dhoey Nithapa (Healing the Land) - (One Size Fits All) Beanies

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Pre-Orders

Pre-Order items are purchased before production. Pre-Order listings are not ready to ship. The estimated shipping time is located in the description of each pre-order item. All items placed in the same order are shipped together and not separately. Your order will be held in dispatch until your pre-order item arrives.

If you want an item that is in stock straight away, you will need to place a second order for that item. Please do not place a Pre-Order if you are not willing to wait for your item(s) to arrive. Please do not contact us on the status of your pre-order before the estimated production time listed in each product description.


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We ship our orders by Australia Post within Australia and internationally. For full details please see our 'Shipping Policy'. 

Delivery times are an estimate based on standard Australia Post delivery timelines, however we are unable to guarantee delivery by a specific date. All timeframes expressed below are an estimate only. 

We ship all our orders within one or two business days subject to stock availability. If an item is a Pre-Order or out of stock we will hold your order until all items arrive.

Change of Mind Policy does not apply to Pre-Order items. Your consumer law rights will still apply. See our 'Refund Policy' for further information.


Australian Orders

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Cost

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Delivery Time
Desination Estimated Timeframe
Metro cites and areas 1-2 Business days
Remote Locations Fastest possible delivery*

*While next day delivery is not guaranteed for remote areas, your item will be still processed, handled and delivered as fast as possible.

For an accurate express post estimate of when you can expect your parcel to arrive, you can use Australia Post's online postage calculator (start location: Cleveland, QLD 4163)


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Delivery Time
Desination Estimated Timeframe
Metro cites and areas 3-5 Business days
Remote Locations Up to 14 Business days

For an accurate standard post estimate of when you can expect your parcel to arrive, you can use Australia Post's online postage calculator (start location: Cleveland, QLD 4163)


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For UK Orders

Please note that any order worth 35 GBP or more now attract an additional customers clearance fee of 25 GBP upon arrival into the country.

For an accurate international post estimate of when you can expect your parcel to arrive, you can use Australia Post's online postage calculator (start location: Cleveland, QLD 4163)

Size chart

How to Measure Yourself

Head Circumference

To measure the head circumference, use a tape; start at the middle of the forehead and complete a loop around the back of the head until the tape reaches the initial point where you started to measure from.


HEADWEAR SIZES

HEAD CIRCUMFERENCE (CM)

Adult Beanies

50

Adult/Kids Caps

50 - 60

  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way

Story

My Artwork for this year NAIDOC 2021, the two hands in unity for both First Nation People of this land Australia, the Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. Their country and islands have suffered immensely from global warming and climate changes. This have affected their traditional country, homelands and islands, as such in the Torres Strait islands which have directly impacted low level islands with rising sea level. We also see extreme weather patterns around Australia, causing great impact on our people’s lives.

The dhoeri and didgeridoo represent our dances and songs, which can aide in healing our land. We are resilient people, who connect spiritually to our country and Islands through our kinship, language, traditions and Lore, this entwines our First Nation people. The different totemic/clan designs represent our identity. The hands with the pouring of water symbolise cleansing and regrowth, in harmony for the future generation of our people.

Material & Information

Aboriginal, Torres Strait & South Sea Islander Beanies are available in a range of Deadly Designs. Beanies are made to be very Comfortable & Lightweight to Wear with Fantastic Warming properties as it is warmer than wool. Fleecy Polyester is an ideal fabric to use for a practical Beanie.

  • A Beanie Designed to Fit both Adults & Children (One size fits all)
  • Engineered for the Australian Climate
  • Ideal for Long-term usage Outdoors with Ultra-Violet Resistance Capabilities
  • 90% Fleecy Polyester | 10% Spandex (220gsm)
  • Colourfast Fabric that Highly Reduces Fading Overtime
  • Biodegradable Packaging that Helps Sustain the Environment 
  • Moisture-wicking Odor Resistant Polyester
  • Lightweight, Durable, and Resistant to Wrinkles and Shrinking
  • Antibacterial & Antimicrobial Fabric Properties

Joel Sam

A word from Joel

Joel Sam is a contemporary Indigenous artist residing in Cairns. He is a direct descendant of the clans of Saibai Island where he spent his early years before moving to Bamaga to complete high school, the place he calls home. His work explores his personal engagement with Torres Strait Island culture and family stories through the processes of printmaking and sculpture.

The use of traditional clan Minarel (pattern) embedded within his images is characteristic of Joel’s work. Totemic designs include Umai (dog), Koedal (crocodile), Baydham (shark), Waru (turtle) and Samu (cassowary) connected through ancient familial bonds. Often interwoven, these designs allow Joel to express a more intricate visual language representative of the complexities of his Saibai Island heritage.

Artist Collection

BW Tribal is a 100% Australian Indigenous owned and operated Australian brand with our creative hub situated in Brisbane, QLD.

Great designs Great quality material and extremely helpful customer service. I highly recommend these guys

★★★★★Priscilla

Ordered for the first time on the weekend and my order arrived today. Very impressed with the shipping time and my hat is just as good as it is in the picture. I love it. Will definitely order again.

★★★★★Samantha