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Footprints: The Journey of Lucy and Percy Pepper is a touring exhibition which traces the lives of an Aboriginal family in the first half of the twentieth century. Their story is a remarkable parable about the strength of family in the face of adversity.
Click here to find out about the book on which this exhibition is based, and to download a free copy.
Click here for multimedia stories and resources for teachers.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that this exhibition contains images of deceased Indigenous people.
Information for host organisations
Use this form to enquire about hosting the Footprints travelling exhibition at your public library or community centre.
This is a free exhibition available for display in public spaces. Please check the availability dates before making an enquiry.
Exhibition specifications can be downloaded here.
Not currently on display. Available for free hire.