Animated traditional stories explained by the Elders including the Dolphin NSW and the Wanka Manapulpa Minyma, WA.
Bruce Thomas tells the story of Yakulipa Kartantarrijirri (Turtle and Two Ducks) in the Nyangumarta language. Recorded in Yule River, WA.
Bruce Thomas tells the story of Waparnupa Karnka (Eagle and Crow) in the Nyangumarta language.
Learn the Yugambeh word for koala, "borobi", in a short animation that give students an opportunity to learn and practise Indigenous languages.
Barbara Hale tells the story of Kurrparnjipa Manganya (Magpie and Echidna) in the Nyangumarta language. Recorded in Yule River, WA.
Nora Davidson tells the story of Tjangara (Giant Story), in the Ngaanyatjarra language. Recorded in Blackstone, WA.
Maimie Butler tells the story of Pilyirrpa Kutjarratjarra (Two Babies), in the Ngaanyatjarra language. Recorded in Blackstone, WA.
Gooreng Gooreng traditional owners talk about their ancestors' first encounter with Captain James Cook and share the language of their landscape around what is today known as Seventeen Seventy. Alternative title: This Place: View from the Shore.
Em visits Indigiscapes to celebrate NAIDOC week. What is NAIDOC week? What kind of things inspire the artist in the clip? How are symbols used in Aboriginal art?
Olive Lawson tells the story of Tjilku Kutjarratjarra (Two Kids Story), in the Ngaanyantjarra language. Recorded in Warburton, WA.
The Australian government says Indigenous designs are being copied in overseas factories and sold to tourists, which is robbing Australian artists of income. BtN explains why the fact that the majority of Aboriginal art sold as souvenirs are made overseas is a big problem.
Quandamooka songman Josh Walker tells the fascinating story of Mooloomba, also known as Point Lookout on North Stradbroke Island - a lesson for all in the tribe to follow the lore of the Old Ones. Alternative title: This Place: View from the Shore.
Nellie Roberts tells the story of Tjurlpu (Bird Story), in the Ngaanyatjarra language. Recorded in Wingellina, WA.
Dr Aileen Moreton-Robinson explains the cultural importance and recent devastation of Minjerribah's Lake Burmeer, also known as Brown Lake on North Stradbroke Island. Alternative title: This Place: View from the Shore.
Nellie Roberts tells the story of Tjangara Kutjarratjarra (Two Giants), in the Ngaanyatjarra language.
Cook sailed past mountains and named them the Three Brothers. He didn't know the Birpai Nation had named them this for millennia. This is Birpai elder Aunty Marian Holten's version of the Three Brothers story. Alternative title: This Place: View from the Shore.
Crusoe Kurddal tells the story of Mimih (Rock Country Spirit Story) in the Kuninjku language.
Gamay (Botany Bay) provided Gamayngal, the people belonging to Botany Bay, the resources needed to thrive for many generations. The old people taught the Gamayngal that their language is inseparable from their country. Alternative title: This Place: View from the Shore.
Bob Burruwal and Lena Yarinkura tell the story of Ngalbenbe (The Sun Story) in the Kune language.
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