Jawarlda are reef oysters and big ones grow on the flat reefs around Bentinck Island.
"Burrkunda are scars us Bentinck ladies have on our bodies. When someone close to us dies, we grab a sharp rock or piece of shell and cut ourselves so that we bleed in sorrow for our loss. A scar forms which is called Burrkunda."
"This is a special place on Bentinck island. It is a story place about the bush turkey. It is said to be his nest in the dreamtime. It is surrounded by oyster rocks and oysters."
"This is a flat reef near where I was born on Bentinck Island. This is where the really big rock oysters are found."
"When someone close to us passes away, we Bentinck ladies would cut ourselves, leaving scars on our bodies which are called Burrkunda."
"This is a flat reef on my country on Bentinck Island. I like to paint all the colours that you see."
"We have lots of flat reefs around Bentinck Island. I like to hunt and explore them. There are big rock oysters and crabs to eat and I also collect shells."
"This is a flat reef at Bentinck Island. At low tide we walk out and hunt and explore on them."
"Kamarra is our word for stone. The flat reefs that I like to paint are made up of them as are our fishtraps."
"These are shells that we find in the sand on the beach. They are great to eat."
"These are big rock oysters that grow near where I was born on Bentinck Island."
"I like to eat the big oysters that grow on my country on Bentinck Island."