Yiriman Women’s art and design products include designs, baskets, traditional jewelry and other wearable arts derived from bush plants, fabrics coloured with root-based dyes and other items such as painted boab nuts.
Yiriman women have been making beaded jewellery from seeds for many
generations. This enterprise engaged young women in new and
exciting opportunities which utilise cultural knowledge and merge this with new
All Yiriman Women products are certified and labelled with authenticity, and an accompanying cultural story which extends the message of the Yiriman social enterprise.
Please check out our gallery & shop page and if you are interested in buying any of our products, the please get in touch and we’ll be only too happy to help!
Yiriman Women Bush Enterprises is a social enterprise project focusing On Country healing, sustainable bush harvest; art, design, and on Country cultural experiences in the beautiful Kimberley region of Western Australia.
It is part of an intergenerational, “on-Country” cultural program, conceived and developed directly by Elders from four Kimberley language groups- Nyikina, Mangala, Karajarri and Walmajarri- and whose aim is to “build stories in young people”. Our social enterprise focuses:
– On Country healing
– Sustainable bush harvest food & health products
– Cultural experiences with Yiriman women; and
– Art and design products made by or in collaboration with Yiriman women