A Dillybag or dilly bag is a traditional Australian Aboriginal bag, generally woven from the fibres of plant species of the Pandanus genus. It is used for a variety of food transportation and preparation purposes.
The Dillybag is normally woven out of vines or tough dried grasses and sometimes had feather or animal fur inside the bag to stop small pieces of food falling through holes in the weave.
Mainly used by women to gather food but can be used by men to help carry some tools for hunting.
Another use for the Dillybag was as a holder for personal or traditional Aboriginal artefacts.