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Raylene Campion Raylene Campion i(A5079 works by) (a.k.a. Aunty Raylene)
Born: Established: ca. 1946 Flinders Ranges, North East South Australia, Far North South Australia, South Australia, ;
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Narangga / Narrunga people ; Aboriginal Adnyamathanha people
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Raylene Campion was one of nine children, born in the Flinders Range in South Australia's central north. Growing up in Adelaide she became a nurse. After, twenty five years of nursing she married and had children. Subsequently, began working for the South Australian Department of Family and Community Services.

In 1989, Raylene was injured in a car accident, after her recovery she worked at Tandanya as a gallery attendant, working up to senior gallery attendant. Raylene had written several poems which have been published in the Koori Mail newspaper. (Source: Koori Mail, issue 326, 2004)

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