Bhiamie is a Euahlayi Man from Goodooga in north-west New South Wales and also has family ties to the Gamilaroy peoples through his Grandfather (Fathers Father) and the Kircha peoples from the eastern Gulf of Carpentaria through his Grandmother (Mothers Mother).
He graduated from the Australian National University (ANU) with a Bachelor of Arts and First Class Honours from the Fenner School of Environment and Society in 2014. His Honours thesis When the Wattle Flowers, investigated the roles and functions of Aboriginal Ranger organisations throughout Australia, comparing and contrasting them to the National Landcare program and it was awarded the Charles D Jubb Prize for Environmental Research in 2014.
Bhiamie has since worked as the Indigenous Fire Management Project Officer with ACT Parks and Conservation Services.
He is currently undertaking the Master of Arts in Indigenous Governance (MAIG) at the University of Victoria, British Colombia, Canada.