Acknowledgement of Country

The team at Hunter Scrubs acknowledges the Aboriginal people known today as the Awabakal as the traditional owners of the land on which we live and operate.

We would also like to pay our respects to Elders past, present, and emerging.

Meet Brittney

Brittney is a proud Worimi, Biripi, Kamilaroi artist who was born on Biripi Country (Taree, NSW).

By using Indigenous symbolism & sharing language in her artwork, Brittney's art portrays an appreciation and emotional connection to the land, and personal experiences.

"My journey has only just begun and I'm still growing as an Indigenous artist each day," she says. "I feel like I'm learning more about my culture through each painting I create."

As well as expressing her emotions through her art, Brittney seeks to inspire the younger generation and to preserve this beautiful culture by bringing awareness and giving back to our culture and community.

Get to know the artworks

Barray (Earth) the Mother of our people

Representing a connection to the land and its beauty.

The U symbols represent person/people, and the bright colours represent strength, power and courage—traits of our incredible frontline workers.⁠

Meeting Place

Representing a group of people coming together as a team and acknowledging the land.

The two circles with the U shapes mean 'meeting place' or 'gathering', and the kangaroo tracks represent the animals and land that our teams work on today. The bright colours represent the brightness within our teams.

WE'LL BE SUPPORTING

The Healing Foundation

$2 from every scrub top sold, and $5 from every t-shirt sold will be donated to help support the incredible work of The Healing Foundation—a national organisation that partners with communities to address the ongoing trauma caused by actions like the forced removal of children from their families.

You can learn more about them (or donate directly) by clicking here: