Junga is the kuku-yalanji word for currency. Indigenous people used shell and bead currency in the pacific coast for hundreds of years and the practice still continues today. The way Indigenous
Each piece of currency will have a certified stamp; the featured artist will create the coded stamp for security purposes. Each shell will be traded at $5 AUD dollars and the buyer will be given a necklace to clip on the shells beads.
There will be a 10% Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property Tax (ICIPT) that will be incorporated into the purchase of the ticket price. The tax will directly benefit the showcase artists.