Stolen Generation Flower

The “Stolen Generation Flower” is the national emblem that represents the many Stolen Generation children who were forcibly removed. This is the Native Hibiscus or Desert Rose and the flower grows wild all over the country. Because of this, our Stolen Generation saw the link between themselves and the flower in its ability to survive and thrive even the harshest of conditions. All proceeds from the sale of these flowers go towards supporting our Stolen Generation Elders so please visit our website and purchase online either for your business or personal use to support this worthy cause. Even the Fremantle Dockers wear our SG Flower on their jumpers on Sorry Day (26th May) each year to support the work that we do.
For more information about the work we do and the history of this past removal policy, just visit our website or The Healing Foundation at