The Rainbow Serpent of the Bora of New South Wales. Karia was often an element in initiation rites, and representations in the form of sinuous mounds of earth up to 40 feet ore more were found on many sacred Bora grounds.



  • Matthews, R. H. "Ethnological Notes on the Aboriginal Tribes of New South Wales and Victoria," in Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales, Vol. xxxviii (1904).