This year’s fashion parade theme was “Neitj Naatj Yok” meaning “You’ve changed girl!”. Moorditj Keila presented fashions through the decades from the traditional ‘Booka’ or kangaroo skin cape worn by the Noongar people before white settlement through to 1920’s, 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s, the turn of the 21st century to now – 2015.
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Vanessa leading the models through rehearsal
Behind the scenes
Miss 1980’s getting her makeup
Moorditj Keila Dancers
Coloongers (children) dancing
Girl (Yok) wearing traditional Booka (kangaroo skin cape)