Diane Lucas works as an ethnocologist with her husband. They travel around northern Australia doing work related to this as well as botanical and fire ecology work. Diane was a school teacher on an Aboriginal outstation in Kakadu during 1983 and 84. From 1991 to 96 she worked on a research project documenting traditional resources on the South Alligator River floodplain and surrounds. She now lives only two hours from Kakadu and maintains a strong relationship with the people and country there.
She has published a number of books in collaboration with illustrators. We stock her entire range.
Published by Waterlily Publications, 2011, Format, Paper cover, 28 pages.