Yindjibarndi elder and artist Allery Sandy, left, pictured at Roebourne with Ruth Ellis, the daughter of David and Margaret Stevens, who were the first operators of Weeriana Hostel in Roebourne.

Bush Legends: How Roebourne’s Weerianna Hostel gave kids life hope through education

Main Image: Yindjibarndi elder and artist Allery Sandy, left, pictured at Roebourne with Ruth Ellis, the daughter of David and Margaret Stevens, who were the first operators of Weeriana Hostel in Roebourne. Credit: Danella Bevis/The West Australian

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