Korlobarr- Red Kangaroo
Korlobarr was a big red kangaroo who, a long time ago, travelled from the north of western Arnhemland, hopping south and picking up Bininj (Aboriginal people) as he went. When he came to the middle of the country he dropped all the people he had gathered and left them there to wander aimlessley around. Yingarna, the ‘Creation Mother’ saw the Bininj and went to them. She put them into her dillybags which were strung from her headband and began to drop them at various places around western Arnhemland, giving them clan names and their own country.Korlobbarr travelled back to his own country near Marlkawo, where he put himself into the rock there. Korlobarr can still be seen today, a large rock painting of a big red kangaroo painted in white clay on the rock at Marlkawo.
Nawu artist bimbom Korlobbarr nawu narangem kunj nawu kani kore manberrk Korlobbarr kani kore mandalkwern kundalk dja kore kukku manbowern kaboyo Korlobbarr karrbennan birriwern kabirrire 30 kunj kore kukku kaboyo Bedda kabirriyo kore kudjurle kabirridjurlewan kudjurle bu barnnangarra daytime kore kukku darnkih wanjh bu wolewoleh dawn kayimerran wanjh kabirrire kabirridalkngun kundalk dja kukku kabirribongun Nahni kunj ngarriwarlbun nawu ngad ngarrikukburlerri bininj Aboriginal people. Nawern nawu mayh dja manme nakka yiman Djang ngadberre nawu ngad Kunwinjku bininj ngarrihni kore Western Arnhem Land kore Top End Australia Manbu kunbid kunbidbok nuye mey delek kurrmeng kore kundang nuye wanjh bidkuykmerrinj kore djurra wanjh kunbid nuye kahbimdi kore djurra Yiman kayime bu karrire kore kuwarderurrk karrbenbidboknan nawu dabborrabbolk bu birribidbokkurrmerrinj korroko kunbidbok bedberre