ngan kaditj-djinang koora-koora, yey, kidji mila boola norerl, ngalak nyin yey moorditj kadjan wadjuk boodja djinang-iny.
We pay respect to all of the past, present and future elders. We acknowledge their power, passion and good spirit that allow us to be on Wadjuk country.
Koya is the Noongar name for frog. The Noongar nation are the traditional owners of the South West of the state of Western Australia. The koya (frog) is the totem of the founding family members of Koya Aboriginal Corporation, who shared their story with us;
Koya is our protector. He keeps an eye on you to keep you safe. He warns you of any immediate danger and pre-warns you of bad news that maybe coming your way.
But Koya can also bring you good news and good feelings to tell you that all is right..