Bama Country gives an accessible and fascinating introduction to the way of life of the Bama, the Indigenous Australian Rainforest people of Tropical North Queensland, prior to the advent of European settlement from 1864.

In the region that became the Wet Tropics in 1988, from Cardwell in the South to Cooktown in the North, the original lifestyles of the Dyirbal, Yidiny, Djabugay and Kuku Yalanji-speaking people is presented together with an insight into their remarkable use of their tropical rainforest and coastal environment.

Published by Fishtail Solutions in 2008