Jaanda Festival - Kid's Polo
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ARTIST: ALISON SIMPSON
ARTWORK NAME: JAANDA FESTIVAL
Jaanda (pronounced jarn - da) is an Aboriginal word from the ‘south coast language as spoken by Elders’ language dictionary and means humpback whale. From May to November each year, the humpback whales – or the Jaanda - start their migration South to Antarctica.
Between August and November, you will see many of these Jaanda on the far south coast of NSW where they stop along the way to feed their young. During this time, they put on a spectacular show for onlookers who get to witness these majestic animals in the wild breaching and doing tail slaps, just like their having their own Jaanda festival.
Material & Information
Aboriginal, Torres Strait & South Sea Islander Kid's Polos are available in a range of Deadly Designs. Made with COOLPASS Technology, they are sublimated making them extremely lightweight and breathable.
- Designed to Protect Kids from the Harsh Australian Climate
- Ideal for Long-term usage Outdoors with Ultra-Violet Resistance Capabilities
- Coolpass 100% Breathable Quick Dry 160gms Polyester
- Colourfast Fabric that Highly Reduces Fading Overtime
- No Ironing Required
- Biodegradable Packaging that Helps Sustain the Environment
- Moisture-wicking Odor Resistant Polyester
- Lightweight, Durable, and Resistant to Wrinkles and Shrinking
- Antibacterial & Antimicrobial Fabric Properties
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