If you feel it's time to get native, join one of the Kubirri Warra brothers on their beach, mudflat and mangrove walk! Linc and Brendon Walker follow the traditions of their ancestors.
Known as Murujuga, or the Burrup, the area is a heritage precinct of international standing. Guiding the cultural management plan and preserving heritage at the Burrup is the Murujuga Circle of Elders.
According to the stories of the dreamtime, song lines were first told to the first man on earth and wove their own magic thread from the first light.
A lawyer, a teacher, a mother and a mine worker all travel far and wide to compete in the national touch football league every Friday night.
Horn Island, or Narupai as it is known to the locals, is an island that has Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people living in it, it is the gateway to the Torres Strait.
Raised in the city and inspired to perform from a young age, Lisa Maza, a professional singer/actor heads north to her family reunion in Innisfail, focusing initially on one particular night.
The Blue Mountains are a tourist destination on the outskirts of Sydney. The community shows us around their cultural centres and how they are keeping the stories alive.
Steve Ellis is a proud Goomeroi man who grew up in Mungindi and moved away at a young age. He loves going back home connecting to the land and being around family.
Join Garry as he shares his story and shows you some of his special places around the small NSW town of Mittagong in highland country.
Kelvin Johnson has spent all his life on his country at Nepabunna Community. He tells the stories of growing up and how the Adnyamanthanha have survived and what he hopes for the future.
Local woman Tracey Cooley shares the history of La Perouse and its importance to the Aboriginal community and introduces us to the weekend world of Lapa Panthers.
Rapper Abie 'Predator' Wright, from Street Warriors Fame, takes us to his special places around Newcastle and shares his love and passion for family, community and the steel city he calls home.
Lucy Ward and Pansy Nulgit are close friends. Now the two elders attend the annual Junba to pass on their knowledge through teaching language and singing to their children and grandchildren.
Come with local Damon Leftwich as he takes you around his home town of Cairns and shows you to all the places that are important to him up in the tropical Far North Queensland.
Luke Nurreegoo Watson is a next generation Gooreng Gooreng elder who has embraced his culture and traditions with passion. Luke, songman for his mob, takes us on a tour to showcase songs and dance.
The local Dhurga language is being taught to primary schools across southern coastal towns in NSW. Kerry Boyenga and Trish Ellis are helping encourage the children to learn the language.
Greenhill School teaches and maintains Dunghutti in Kempsey and is steeped in the history of the community and how it is strengthening its youth in Kempsey.
Jeffrey Aniba-Waia is a knowledge custodian and choreographer of his clan group of Saibai Island. He talks about the evolution of Saibai Island dance from when the London missionaries arrived.
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