Ros Moriarty

Ros Moriarty was formerly a journalist with Radio Australia in indigenous affairs, women's issues and the environment; she has also held senior positions in the Federal Department of Aboriginal Affairs in Canberra and Sydney. She is currently Designer and Managing Director of Balarinji Studio, Australia's leading indigenous art and design group. Balarinji is possibly best known for covering Qantas jumbos in Aboriginal design.

Books by Ros Moriarty

Summer Rain

Published: July 2015

A lyrical book about one day during the wet season that celebrates in glorious colour the animals and landscapes of northern Australia with a nod to indigenous art.

Splosh for the Billabong

Published: July 2015

A lyrical book which revels in all things swirly and squelchy, and explores northern Australian animals and landscapes as well as indigenous art.

Ten Scared Fish

Published: March 2012

Simple, intelligent, bright and cheerful, this early childhood concept book introduces animals and numbers and celebrates indigenous art in a joyous, non-didactic and playful way.

Kangaroos Hop

Published: March 2012

Simple, intelligent, bright and cheerful, this early childhood concept book introduces animal names and verbs and celebrates Indigenous art in a joyous, non-didactic and playful way.

Listening to Country

Published: September 2011

The moving and personal story of one woman's journey into the remote and rugged Tanami Desert with the matriarchs of her husband's family.

Listening to Country

Published: May 2010

The moving and personal story of one woman's journey into the remote and rugged Tanami Desert with the matriarchs of her husband's family.

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