Koala Marketing is an Australian owned business located on the Gold Coast in South East Queensland, Australia.
The Company is dedicated to the promotion and proper representation of authentic Aboriginal art.
We work with a small group of independent Australian Aboriginal artists and provides a forum for the individuality and creativity to be showcased throughout Australia and Internationally.
Each piece of Wijikura Aboriginal Art is guaranteed to be authentic and is representative of the artist’s traditions and culture as handed down over many thousands of years.
Suzanne Gaughan "Koruna"
Suzanne descends from a Tasmanian Aboriginal called MANNALARGENNA, who was chief of the Ben Lomond tribe in Tasmania.
Suzanne is a talented artist who's detailed work showcases the stories of her hertiage.
Tammy Kealy "Kirralaa"
Tammy is a descendant of the NYUNGAR people in the Middle Swan region of Western Australia.
Tammy has a passion for her artwork and keeps in touch with her Aboriginal heritage through the dreamtime stories that have been passed down to her by her mother and other relatives.
Tammy’s work is both colourful and creative and she captures these dreamtime stories accurately and honestly.
Rob was born on the Tweed Coast where he resides today with his wife and family.
He is a member of the Bundjalung people from the far north coast of New South Wales and his artwork depicts the stories of his area in his own unique style.
Rob’s work combines fine cross hatching with delicate dot work and his colors are representative of his coastal ancestry.
Many of Rob’s artwork pieces are in private collections throughout his area.
Tina Westerman "Maandi Kira"
Tina is a descendant of the NYUNGAR people in the Middle Swan region of Western Australia.
Tina loves painting and uses art to keep in touch with her Aboriginal heritage. Her mother has been a huge influence on her work, passing on the stories of the dreamtime to her.
Tina’s work is both colourful and creative and she captures these dreamtime stories accurately and honestly.