We Need Your Help To Keep Going

With the loss of income from unlawful vaccine mandates, we can no longer continue to bring you the important news, views and urgent actions through our channels. We cannot do this without the support of our online community.

For a decade we have maintained the website and over 10 pages and groups on social media unassisted. If you appreciate the big stories, digs and urgent actions we get out please support our work, subscribe by hitting the black button or donate here – paypal.me/kaiyumoura In these days especially out bush, a little goes a long way, so please dig deep and share. Thank u and love u all in advance.

Kaiyu and the Mob Out Bush

East Coast Exodus – Back 2 Bush

While Everyone Is Stocking Up For Impending Food Shortages, Us Mob Out Bush Are Trying To Get Running Water & Power

No doubt this is where they want us, oppressed and keeping busy with the basics so we cant keep up with the agenda yet alone resist. But its not going to work, we know their game and will use everything in our capacity to keep fighting back as the corrupt people in control have seen. We were homeless for 5 years in a tin shed that we built from the rubbish tip, with the caravan we slept in with 4 kids in total we payed $100 approx ($80 for the caravan and $30 for bolts big enough to join sleepers that were half in the ground). We won’t quit, we wont back down and when it gets hard we will sing out before we even start to fail because we know we have alot of brothers and sisters out there that get just how important this is. Against all odds we are still out bush, we are thriving and resisting in every possible way. We just need a bit of help to cope with the never ending oppressive measures imposed non stop making it hard for us to finally get the essentials in place. Ive been living in poverty since No Jab No Pay, they take away childcare making it impossible to run the home business as i was a foster parent and had two 3 yr olds at the time and running the business from home. Then they take away the lump sums so u cant have a car, u can hardly afford haircuts, clothes and outtings etc yet alone birthdays. Then they reduce us to nothing by taking $25/fn per child until your literally unable to afford to live. I saw this coming and started to work my arse off so we were no longer a victim to the way things were going.

After 10 years, we finally got 3km of roads cleared to the spot we always dreamed of living, the kids dad handed in his house, got a 4wd so we could get out here, built the house on our own with the 4 kids in tow everyday and i moved out of my house once the house was built. As soon as we got here the car broke down, quoted $5k by nissan but it turned out to be $8k and really affected us the whole time we have been here. We’ve never had any savings and never gotten ahead since. I got my home business started up again just before coming out here and that had to stop with the car taking all our funds. 2 years on we are determined now more than ever, working as a team to get back on top once and for all.

30 Day Necklace Making Marathon

We refuse to let any of this get us down or leave us feeling defeated and are calling out for support to help lighten the load. We are going to run a necklace making marathon, making 1 necklace a day (they take 5 hrs to make) for the next 30 days. To raise money to finally end all the power and water issues and ensure our families survival into the future out here on their ancestral lands. Regardless what the global dictators do, we will survive out here wiry water and power. True self determination and self sufficient for life.

The block I grew up on Vs The Block my kids grow up on – SMASHING CYCLES

To get over the line we are aiming to raise $3k to get a new generator as a back up power source that can handle the washing machine load and provide power when the solar and wind don’t have provide enough. And get a bore pump put in place so we can pump the water up the road side of the hill which is much closer and less of an incline.

To do this we will sell 30 limited edition snake style necklaces for $100 each, to raise the necessary funds to pay for a new generator and connect the water finally.

Unique Limited Edition Necklaces

All the necklaces will have the same design as our way to pay special acknowledgment to those who helped us get over the line. Instead of a certificate or letter of thanks, we are wanting those who supported us to be easily seen and identifiable by those who know our story. Telling people without words even that you have helped families out bush.

Bracelets also available for $50, 2 bracelets will count as one necklace for the marathon. We can make other designs and basic necklaces by order as well. But we will only be making 30 of this limited edition design as a special thank you to people who helped us with the essentials out bush, ensuring our sustainability and survival out here long term. We are truly grateful for any kindness, help, love and support we receive and continue to receive.

Poetry by my Gran

We are hoping to see a wave of young and old, making the tree change and heading home to country. We aim to be a source of support and provide ideas and solutions like this one to help those in need, make this possible too.

We would not be out here thriving like we have been without the loving kindness of the online family we have grown strong connections with and love dearly. From the bottom of all our hearts, thank u, thank u, thank u 

Dont miss out, get your necklace before they go – https://fundrazr.com/11w6l3?ref=ab_bAx0w1

NB if you would like a limited edition necklace, please email me your postal address where we can send it at kaiyubayles@protonmail.com Once you’ve made the contribution via link above 

#1MobRising

Creator – https://linktr.ee/KaiyuBayles

Our story out bush in pictures – https://www.facebook.com/groups/673179429790935/mediahttps://www.facebook.com/groups/673179429790935/media

The old $100 house where it all started 10 years ago and the new place we built. Can you believe we got here just before the first lockdown? Hows that aye, the ancestors have well and truly always have and do got our backs 


Good News!!!!

We now have somewhere to share all the creations from out bush

Our online marketplace is now live!

Merch available here

If you love what we do, why not buy us a coffee n help us help community

We’re volunteering our time to keep you up to date n ahead of the game. Work with us to continue doing what nobody else can, shout us a coffee please if you appreciate our work and want to see more from us.

We need your support to keep going

Thrival Shirts – Help Us Get The Message Out, Get One For All The Family

Merch Now Available

For a decade we have maintained the website and over 10 pages and groups on social media unassisted. If you appreciate the big stories, digs and urgent actions we get out please support our work, subscribe by hitting the black button or donate here – 

Kaiyu’s PayPalMe 

In these days especially out bush, a little goes a long way, so please dig deep and share.

Thank u and love u all in advance

Kaiyu and the tribe our bush 🖤💛❤️🔥🙏🏾✨✨✨

Creator –  Kaiyu Bayles Link Tree

Our Journey So Far

Marrukakilikan – one who is in a state of wellbeing, happiness, or one who is patient if in adversity. In my mother’s language, Gringai of the hunter valley.

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A little about page admin Kaiyu Moura (Bayles)

Now living in QLD raising her children on their traditional country, gathering food, learning the old art of building shelters, dance and the local language. For the past 20 years with her late Grandmother Maureen Watson and a dance group with 6 of her sisters Kaiyu travelled schools, festivals, events etc sharing the beauty of First Nations Culture through song and dance, stories, art, theatre, nursery rhymes, poetry etc and engaging all ages in different projects that inspire positive change. Also a poet, documentary maker, songwriter, artist, event organiser, media consultant, testing the waters of micro social enterprise by starting her own tshirt and sublimation printing business and with her own label, Kaiyu creates what she calls Freedom Threads.

After building their own home on Tribal Sovereign land, Kaiyu is now homeschooling and teaching the kids about making our own tinctures, learning about bushtucker and mushrooms, growing food, building with aircrete, setting up wind turbines, composting toilets and ram water pumps... Really learning what it truly means to thrive. This is our Group where we share alot of what we do

Kaiyu and the Tribe
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