Bush Tucker is referred to all kind of food can be gathered from nature (not hunted).
Tony Sorby, an Aboriginal artist of Kamilaroi tribe describes the story as follows:
In Orana region, North of New South Wales, there is a moutain ranges called Warrumbungles. Coonabarabran is the nearest town to these ranges. The meaning of Wrrumbungles which is an Aboriginal name is "Crooked Montains".
Coolamon is a bowl (a curved wooden tray) which has been used by many Aboriginal tribes especially by Aboriginal women as a gathering tool.
Bush plum (or Ahakeye in Anmatyere language) is a fruit the size of a grape which grows on a large shrubs throughout Central Australia.