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According to the Kunwinjku people of West Arnhem Land, Mimih spirits were the original spirit beings, who taught Aboriginal people many of the skills they needed to survive in the bush. They also taught aspects of ceremony. Mimih spirits are believed to inhabit the rocky escarpments around Gunbalanya but because they are extremely timid, they are rarely seen by humans. They are frequently depicted in the rock art of Arnhem Land as small, dynamic figures, often shown with a range of hunting tools such as spears, spear throwers, dilly bags and fire sticks.
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Injalak Arts is located in the small community of Gunbalanya in West Arnhem Land. Gunbalanya has a population of around 1200, of which around 90% are bininj or Aboriginal people.
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Mimih Spirit

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Why Maliyaa?

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  • Authenticity and ethics
  • Great service
  • Years of experience

Story

According to the Kunwinjku people of West Arnhem Land, Mimih spirits were the original spirit beings, who taught Aboriginal people many of the skills they needed to survive in the bush. They also taught aspects of ceremony. Mimih spirits are believed to inhabit the rocky escarpments around Gunbalanya but because they are extremely timid, they are rarely seen by humans. They are frequently depicted in the rock art of Arnhem Land as small, dynamic figures, often shown with a range of hunting tools such as spears, spear throwers, dilly bags and fire sticks.
Read More ▾

Injalak Artists

Injalak Arts is located in the small community of Gunbalanya in West Arnhem Land. Gunbalanya has a population of around 1200, of which around 90% are bininj or Aboriginal people.
See more

Story

According to the Kunwinjku people of West Arnhem Land, Mimih spirits were the original spirit beings, who taught Aboriginal people many of the skills they needed to survive in the bush. They also taught aspects of ceremony. Mimih spirits are believed to inhabit the rocky escarpments around Gunbalanya but because they are extremely timid, they are rarely seen by humans. They are frequently depicted in the rock art of Arnhem Land as small, dynamic figures, often shown with a range of hunting tools such as spears, spear throwers, dilly bags and fire sticks.
Read More ▾

Injalak Artists

Injalak Arts is located in the small community of Gunbalanya in West Arnhem Land. Gunbalanya has a population of around 1200, of which around 90% are bininj or Aboriginal people.
See more

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