Old Nanna Quokka


FISH - Foundation for Indigenous Sustainable Health

On the spiritual place of Wadjemup, Rottnest Island, tourists are injuring the animals and making them sick.

It’s time to make a stand.

In this Aboriginal Dreaming story, farting quokkas, dive-bombing seabirds and protesting snakes teach us how to look after our sacred land and its animals.

Through Old Nana Quokka, Book 3 in the Spirit of the Dreaming series,Yamatji-Noongar Elder Aunty Rhonda Collard-Spratt shares the healing wisdom of her ancestors, and the importance of caring for Country.

About the Author

Born in Carnarvon, Western Australia, Aunty Rhonda Collard-Spratt, or Aunty Curlew, is a strong Yamatji-Noongar woman, and a respected representative of the Stolen Generations. Aunty Rhonda lives by the bush in Ipswich, Queensland. When not telling yarns or singing songs, you can find Aunty in her backyard painting, or creating bush jewellery, and calling out to the magpies and kookaburras.  





About the Book 


32 Pages 

6-12 yrs