This report documents processes, methods, and findings to provide insights into how girls and women manage their daily lives during menstruation in a remote community in the Western Cape, Queensland. Due to the community-specific nature of this project as well as the diversity of Indigenous Australian peoples and cultures, the results are not generalisable. Additionally, Indigenous Australian cultural aspects of menstruation, that are considered private women’s business, were not discussed in the delivery of this project nor will they be explored in this report.

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