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ABC Kids Play School Kiya Indigenous Doll 32cm

The doll's name is Kiya, which means "hello" in Noongar language.

Kiya is from Noongar country, which is in the southern corner of Western Australia.

The Story behind Kiya's creation:

Kiya was created in collaboration with Play School, the ABC's Indigenous unit and Western Australian company Awe & Wonder. Aboriginal early childhood consultant and adviser Jessica Staines and early childhood education consultant and adviser Dr Ruby Scarlet also assisted and were advisers and script outliners for the special episode that introduced Kiya. During the design process, it was decided Kiya should have a strong connection to Country and be reflective of contemporary identities that Indigenous children have today. Kiya's community's connection to the ocean was a big part of the design process of her dress, made with fabric designed by artist Kiya Watt.


  • Category

    Plush & Soft Toys


  • SKU JA000777
  • Packaging Types Officially licensed product from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
  • Barcode 9319057030139
  • BrandsPlay School ABC Kids 
  • Genres

    Kiya is a modern representation with connection to land, being a Noongar girl. 

  • Release Date 10 August 2020


Kiya Plush Doll hair disappointing

By: Lindsay Musto on 16 September 2020
Doll as lovely as would expect from ABC range but hair dreadful texture. Very disappointed, am considering whether or not to give to grandchild. (the hazard of ordering unseen)

Aboriginal doll

By: Heidi Alyari on 15 September 2020
The doll is amazing so good to see in Indigenous dolls

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