Who we are

Meet owners Trevor Eastwood and Jason Douglas


Two Worlds. One Journey.

Trevor and Jason meet as firefighters 13 years ago protecting our communities in western Sydney. We both have kids and enjoy family time as much as possible. Both our fathers are respected elders in their communities and are deeply worried their knowledge, skills and culture are not getting passed down and are happy their legacy continues with the work we are doing. DALMARRI comes from the meaning MEETING PLACE and is perfect for what we want to teach in learning, engaging and connecting to all communities.


More on Trevor

• My family are the Ngamba people on the Barwon River, part of Kamilaroi.

• Been involved in delivering cultural immersion programs all over Sydney.

• Involved in aboriginal archaeology as a site officer for 10 years.

• Worked with indigenous employment programs as a mentor for over 5 years.

• Indigenous artist painting murals, canvas, tools and other forms of aboriginal art.

• My father and strong model is Danny Eastwood who has won indigenous Australian Artist of the year twice.

• Over 15 years providing School cultural Immersion programs and collaborative school murals


More on Jason

• Our mob is the Kubi-Kubi people around the Noosa river areas of South East Queensland.

• Been an indigenous Mentor working for the Resource the future Employment Programs last few years.

• Supports indigenous team members with their employment journey.

• Indigenous artist painting murals, canvas, tools and other forms of aboriginal art.

• Been involved in Cultural immersion and school programs throughout Sydney area.

• Father, Michael Douglas is Traditional Owner/ Native Title Kubi-Kubi.