This design is from the Clarence River Serpent collection. The Clarence River Serpent artwork was created by Gumbayngirr and Yaegl woman, ‘Jingalu’ Melissa Craig.
The story is how the Clarence river was made, which could be a story of how any river was made. The story is a big serpent was swimming in the ocean and it was hungry so it came onto the land to look for some tucker and every step it took made a little estuary (creek) and the serpent soon became stuck and died. This is how the big river came to be.
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