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La La Land Jigsaw Puzzle – Gunjull Jagun 1,000

La La Land Jigsaw Puzzle – Gunjull Jagun 1,000

This beautiful new puzzle design features Holly Sander's Gunjull Jagun design of modern aboriginal art.

This makes the perfect family gift, or just for a puzzle lover.

  • Finished size 70cm x 50cm
  • For Ages 12+, 1,000 pieces
  • Excellent interlocking pieces

Select 'Gift Wrap your order' at checkout and we'll personalise your perfect present with luxury paper and ribbon ($6.95)*.

This includes a hand wrap of your special order and 1 x complimentary gift tag - simply leave your message at checkout. Alternatively if you’d like a larger, more luxurious Australian greeting card, you can choose from our range hereand we'll write on that for you.

*Please note that your entire order will be gift wrapped as one gift if you select this option

Australian Delivery 

  • Free for orders over $100 (Standard Delivery)

  • $9.95 for orders under $100 (Standard Delivery)

  • $20.00 - Express Delivery

Overseas Delivery

  • Express - Gifts Under 400G - $34.95
  • Express - Gifts 401g - 1kg - $59.95
  • Express - Gifts 1kg - 2kg - $69.95
  • Express - Gifts 2kg - 6kg - $79.95
  • Express - Gifts 6kg+ - $119.95 

We offer a premium express delivery service that is generally cheaper than sending yourself with AU Post, and have a guaranteed delivery policy (see here). For more info on International delivery see here:

1.0 kg

This product has been designed by an Australian, for an Australian owned company who pays Australian taxes;  and has been made overseas.

If Australian made is important to you - please see the Australian Made section here  where all products are proudly made in Australia.

Holly Sanders is a proud Aboriginal Bundjalung woman from North Coast New South Wales.

Through her art, she aims to share her stories, culture and Country in a contemporary way. The patterns of her Saltwater Country motivate her, as do stories from the past.

The colours and patterns utilised in her art are a reflection of her connection to Country and used to develop a modern interpretation of her Aboriginal culture.

Painting is important for her identity, wellbeing and expresses the way she understands and respects her culture, ancestors and Country.