George Hayes Sr was the owner of the Neutral Junction Station, in the central desert of the Northern Territory. When he passed away, he handed the ownership of the station to his son, George Hayes.
Acknowledging our shared history and the traditional custodians of the land, WugulOra, meaning 'one mob', celebrates the strength and resilience of the world's oldest living culture. Hosted by Christine Anu and Allan Clarke.
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.
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.
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.
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 great Australian Aboriginal actor, David Gulpilil, tells the tale of Another Country, a story of what happened when his people's way of life was interrupted by ours.
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.
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.
Andrew Galitju Burarrwanga, at 74, is a senior Yolnu man from the Gumatj clan. Explains how the Yolnu world is classified as being Dhuwa or Yirritja - the two 'moieties'.
From Yarrabah, Kunghi Elder Aunty Flo Watson continues to be an active member of her traditional Elders Group as Body Corporate Director.
Uncle Besley Murray and his son, Ron, take us on a journey for preservation of ancestral sites across Yanga Station, on Madi Madi country.
Daniella is studying to finish her degree, while juggling a full-time job, being mum to nine girls, a grandmother of an ever-growing brood and taking care of her own mum.
A university student in Melbourne, Kiara has some life-changing news.
It's nearly the end of year 11 for high-achieving Jessica, but her social life and extracurricular commitments are threatening her good grades.
Aleisha has finished high school, but the pressure from her mum and older sisters to do something with her life is starting to build.
Offshore worker Kelly works hard and plays hard too, but turning 25 makes her wonder if it is time to settle down.
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