Lidjilidji (Crimson Finch)  Delia crossbody bag by Designed by Andrew Wanamilil

Lidjilidji (Crimson Finch) Delia crossbody bag

About the design: 

Lidjilidji (Crimson Finch) are a totemic species significant to the Ganalbingu clan of the Yirritja moiety. They are represented through storylines and songlines during ceremonial practises. Lidjilidji herald the beginning of the dry season in which large flocks can be found across the Arafura Swamp.


  • Fully lined
  • Zip closure
  • Adjustable strap
  • Can be worn on the shoulder or cross body
  • Two front, external zipper pockets
  • Internal zip pocket
  • Two internal pockets
  • Height 27cm, Width 24cm, Base 6cm


This product was screenprinted by Yolŋu art workers at Bula’Bula Arts. We print small batches of tea towels, tshirts and fabric lengths by hand because we love putting Yolŋu designs on everyday items – especially ones that balanda (non-Yolŋu) use! Due to the lovely handmade nature of this product, print quality may vary.

Manymak (very good)! Buying Bula’Bula Arts products helps us build a sustainable income source for our 150 artists and artworkers from Ramingining and surrounding outstations.


We work with Flying Fox Fabrics, a small social enterprise based in Darwin. Flying Fox Fabrics, make and sell accessories, clothing and homewares from fabrics designed by Aboriginal artists which have been hand printed in Australia. They work in partnership with Aboriginal artists and fair trade organisations in Cambodia that train and employ disabled artisans.


  • Designed by Andrew Wanamilil

SKU: 349-24