This new gallery to Blyth is an educational and family run business, also selling homewares, apparel,gifts, bush medicine balms, lanyards, soft cuddly Aussie animals and more.
The name behind the name belongs to Owner, Debbie Hatfield’s stepfather ,Traditional Yankuntjatjara Elder Jack Crombie. The Dingo is his dreaming.
Debbie, selects and purchases beautiful traditional works of Art with many sourced from the talented traditional artists at Umoona Aged Care in Coober Pedy SA. The purchase of these works not only allows Debbie to support the elders and encourage them to continue telling their stories through their art but also enables Dingo Dreaming to sell the most beautiful works at a fair price to the public.
Debbie’s parents,Gwen and Jack Crombie were instrumental in setting up Umoona Aged Care for the Elders in Coober Pedy.
Dingo Dreaming also hosts an Educational Audio Tour of Artifacts of a time past collected by Jack and Gwen.