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photograph of current display in the Grand Vestibule

A display highlighting the interaction between the monarchy and the wider world

Associated with Albert Barunga (c. 1910-77)

Slate plaque with an Aboriginal hunting scene

RCIN 92172

Grand Vestibule, Windsor Castle

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This slate plaque, in the stylised shape of Australia, depicts a hunting scene. It was presented by Albert Barunga (c.1910–1977) and his wife for The Queen’s Silver Jubilee in 1977. Barunga was a Presbyterian minister and community leader from Western Australia. In the late 1960s he became a firm supporter of indigenous rights throughout Australia, and campaigned for the preservation of sacred sites in the country. He was also a keen advocate of indigenous arts and crafts and supported organisations which sought to protect and encourage traditional art forms in Western Australia.