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These images were taken as part of the first phase of the project, which involved the main communities in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in South Australia, as well as one other community, Mutitjulu in the Northern Territory.
We would like to thank members of these communities for allowing us to represent them in this format.
Out the front of the Amata store, Amata
Craig Woods shopping in the Ininti store, Mutijulu
Mai Wiru lower price and cost price signage, Pipalyatjara
Assistant Store Manager, Kupa Henry-Whiskey, Indulkana
Barramundi and vegetable take-away lunch only $12, Pipalyatjara
Rhiannon Hutchinson and Sara Bamford carrying out store suvey work, Mimili
Pukatja store worker Felix Raphael and researcher Rhiannon Hutchinson (healthy recipe posters developed in the project in background), Pukatja
Entrance to the Indulkana store, including water bubbler, Indulkana
Store worker Sandra Wilson cooking a healthy take-away meal, Amata