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Ben Tullipan interviewed by Marg Carroll in the Resilient communities oral history project [sound recording]
Bib ID 6150726
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Tullipan, Ben, 1975-, Interviewee
 
Access Conditions Written permission required for research, personal copies and public use. 
Description 2012 
2 sound files (ca. 160 min.) 
Series

Resilient communities oral history project.

Summary

Ben Tullipan, born in Taree, 17 December, 1975, talks about his early life; siblings; schooling; first job; meeting his future wife, Kerrie; family split; moving to the Gold Coast with his mother; his own business creating Balinese-themed homes; importing stock; buying trips to Bali; explosion at the Sari Club; Sanglah Hospital; being moved to Darwin and later to Brisbane hospitals; losing both legs; rehabilitation; the Bom Bali documentary; his subsequent medical care; people who helped him in Bali; marrying Kerrie; returning to Bali; memorials and Allambe Park; the bomber’s trials; impact of the bombing on Bali; volunteer work; positivity and resilience; his children; his milestones, values and beliefs; his hopes for the future.

Notes

This interview is part of the Resilient communities oral history project which has been partly funded with a grant from the United States Embassy in Canberra. Interviews conducted by the National Library of Australia.

Recorded on 12 October 2012 on the Gold Coast, Qld.

Digital master; National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore collection;

Index/Finding Aid Note Summary (4 p.) 
Subjects Tullipan, Ben, - 1975- - Interviews.  |  Bali Bombings, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia, 2002 - Personal narratives.  |  Terrorism - Indonesia - Kuta (Kuta)  |  Resilience (Personality trait)
Other authors/contributors Carroll, Margaret 1948-, Interviewer  |  United States. Embassy (Australia)  |  National Library of Australia

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