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iyarn was inspired from the word Liyarn of the Western Kimberley Saltwater people on the
Dampier Peninsula, who ‘yarn’ together and connect through conversation.
When the community connects they ask, “How is your liyarn” a path leading into a
deeper conversation that can be explained in a variety of ways.