Ethnologist and author
Diane began as a teacher on an Aboriginal outstation in the Northern Territory where she was also mentored on the Australian bush.
With a love of the Kakadu area, Diane worked on a research project documenting traditional resources on the South Alligator River floodplain and surrounds. She continues to live near the National Park with her family whilst also travelling Northern Australia working on botanical and fire ecology.
The bush inspires Diane to write, and it resulted in the beautiful creation of her first children’s book in 2003.
Dr Howard Ralph
Dr Tania Bishop