Bulu Yabun is owned and managed by Christine Stuart.
Christine Stuart is an Indigenous Community Advisor located on Brisbane Northside.
Her people are from Iningai and Gubbi Gubbi.
Christine’s maternal Grandmother was part of the Stolen Generation who were sent to Barambah/ Cherbourg.
Christine is a regular visitor to local High Schools, Primary Schools, Kindergartens and Early Years Learning Centres where she provides Gubbi Gubbi workshops. Her current collaborations with Education Queensland include weekly visits to Narangba State School, Burpengary State School and Burpengary Meadows State School.
Bulu Yabun is a small business that started in 2013 to cater for a need for Indigenous education in the local area. Current projects include creating resources to promote the Gubbi Gubbi language through children’s language books.
Gubbi Gubbi Animal Friends and her latest book Gubbi Gubbi Bush Tucker Girl are two books co-authored by Christine and her sister Susan Clark. Further information on this book can be seen under the Resources tab on this webpage.
Christine contributes to group collaborations with local councils, organisations and community groups to help establish Indigenous cultural & language awareness.
Christine’s professional involvement included her position as Secretary of Gubbi Gubbi Dyungungoo Group Incorporated
Christine is the Indigenous Representative Board Member of the Deception Bay Neighbourhood Centre
Bulu Yabun has been a finalist in the business category for the Longman Awards 2015 & 2016. The Longman Awards recognise local achievers and outstanding community contributions.