Introduction to culture with Aunty Julie - 4,7 (History,Civics and citizenship) AUNTY JULIE MCHALE: Like, I didn't grow up in culture.
My father was Aboriginal. He's passed over now. But my mother isn't. And at a very-- I was about three, I think, they actually separated. Aboriginal Australian Culture: One of the Oldest Living Cultures. The culture of Australia’s Aboriginal people is one of the oldest in the world – Aboriginal Australian Culture dates back more than 60,000 years!
There are many archaeological sites throughout the country where the long history of Indigenous people can be found. Australians Together. Connection to Country For many Indigenous people, land relates to all aspects of existence - culture, spirituality, language, law, family and identity.
Rather than owning land, each person belongs to a piece of land which they’re related to through the kinship system. That person is entrusted with the knowledge and responsibility to care for their land, providing a deep sense of identity, purpose and belonging. Aboriginal Desert Art - ABC Education. 00:00:00:00Text on screen - 'Viewer Advice.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following media resource may contain images and voices of people who have died.' A map of Australia. In the centre, south-west of Alice Springs, an area is highlighted in brown. Further south, another area is also highlighted. Text on screen - 'Uluru - Kata Tjuta. Trees and Country - Geography,History,Civics and Citizenship (4,5,8,10) BRUCE PASCOE: This old tree here.....this is a grey box.
This is one of the hardest timbers in Australia. And a long time ago, someone cut a...a shield or a coolamon off here. And the tree will start to repair that scar. 'Cause it doesn't kill the tree. Our old people were really careful about not killing the tree, but using the tree, or asking the tree if it was OK to take a piece of bark. This tree had company last night. I don't think...I don't think this hill here would have looked much different at all, because these trees are so old, you know? Well, we believe that the country is our mother. WA to nominate Burrup Peninsula Murujuga Aboriginal rock art for UNESCO World Heritage listing. One of the world’s biggest and oldest galleries of ancient rock art will be nominated* for World Heritage listing.
The gallery of Aboriginal art — some of which is more than 40,000 years old — is at the Burrup Peninsula, on the northwest coast of Western Australia. It is Australia’s largest rock art collection. A World Heritage listing would help inform people around the world that it exists and ensure it is protected from damage. WA Premier Mark McGowan joined traditional owners in the nearby town of Dampier yesterday to announce the agreement to nominate the Pilbara site for consideration* by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). This organisation decides on whether nominations receive World Heritage listing. “What we are doing today is starting the process for World Heritage listing the Burrup Peninsula,” Mr McGowan said. “What we’re keen to do is to ensure it gets that world recognition that it deserves.
“Murujuga is alive. Kids News: Kakadu’s traditional owners granted native title rights over Jabiru in Northern Territory, Australia. At least 65,000 years after their ancestors arrived and 20 years after they began their campaign, Kakadu’s traditional owners have been granted native title rights over the town of Jabiru in the Northern Territory.
The Federal Court held a special on-country* sitting in the mining town at the gateway to the Kakadu National Park on Friday in which Justice John Griffiths formally recognised the rights and interests of the Mirarr. This brought to a close proceedings originally begun by senior elder Yvonne Margarula and her sister Nida Mangarnbarr in 1998. Justice Griffiths noted the Mirarr’s connection to the land dated back much further than the claim’s “long and complicated history”. “Mirarr country contains Australia’s oldest documented site of human presence and occupation, a staggering 65,000 years,” he said. After the formalities were over, Ms Margarula said the Mirarr were happy to see the long journey finally come to an end. Britain declared the land terra nullius, which means empty. Darug Elders and community members connection to Darug Country. Bunjil. Why is a Welcome to Country important?
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Aboriginal people have lived in the area known as New South Wales for at least 45,000 years.
Many sites around the state show the remains of Aboriginal occupation, or are significant to Aboriginal communities today. Aboriginal people and biodiversity. Learn about Aboriginal connection to country and how we support opportunities for land access, cultural connection and employment.
Aboriginal people in NSW recognise the cultural values of biodiversity and the environment. Plants, animals and ecosystems are at the core of their attachment to the land and the sea. Aboriginal cultural heritage reform. The NSW Government has proposed a new system for managing and conserving Aboriginal cultural heritage. It will be supported by a new legal framework that respects and conserves Aboriginal cultural heritage in New South Wales. In February 2018, the NSW Government released the Draft Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill 2018, which proposed a new system for managing and conserving Aboriginal cultural heritage in New South Wales. Regulation of Aboriginal cultural heritage. Find out about the protection and regulation of Aboriginal cultural heritage in NSW.
What is Aboriginal cultural heritage? Aboriginal people & cultural life. We work with Aboriginal communities to protect, share and celebrate Aboriginal cultural heritage in NSW. Aboriginal people have lived in NSW for more than 40,000 years. Australia's biodiversity: Indigenous perspectives. Saving Tarrabora. Traditional Owners of the Great Barrier Reef. There are two Indigenous groups in Australia. Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander people. More than 70 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Traditional Owner groups have long, continuing relationships with the Great Barrier Reef region and its natural resources.
The groups with connections to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park region are situated along the Queensland coast from the Torres Strait Islands in the north to near Bundaberg in the south. Aboriginal people. WilderQuest’s Videos on Vimeo. Meet Uluru’s traditional owners - Geography,History (2,3,4,6,8) More info Copyright. Come walk with a Karijini Elder. I took a break from workshops, filming, walking, exploring and visiting contributors around Karijini. It had been a busy couple of days filming in and around the park. Australians Together.