A History of Aboriginal Sydney There is good evidence of a high Aboriginal population density at contact. Australia has a naturally occurring diversity of plant resources, rather than a few specific staples as in Papua New Guinea. These are easier to exploit if not planted. That is to say, Koori people are Polyculturists. Nyeumba Meta Space - Logan City Council Libraries About Nyeumba Meta Welcome to Nyeumba-Meta. Nyeumba-Meta is a space and collection at Logan Central Library that was aims to increase respect for Australian First Nations People. Indigenous Weather Knowledge - Bureau of Meteorology Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have developed an intricate understanding of the environment over many thousands of years. Artist: Laurie Nilsen The artwork used in the design of this website represents the relationships between seasonal, meteorological and astronomical changes - and how the Mandandanji people read these changes to inform life on country. About the Indigenous Weather Knowledge website Learn more about the Indigenous Weather Knowledge (IWK) website and the Bureau of Meteorology's commitment to strengthening respectful and collaborative relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Ngutana-Lui Centre COVID19 Information At Ngutana-Lui, we understand that there is community concern around COVID-19 and public spaces and events. This is why we are taking proactive measures to ensure that we are exercising a high-level of duty of care to all visitors to our centre and staff. We regret to advise, that our incursion and excursion programs are not running in Term 3, and we are not are not taking any new bookings for Term 3 orTerm 4. General - Aboriginal Education - The Department of Education Aboriginal English & ESL Educational Resources Information Centre (ERIC)Free database of resources that may assist teachers with teaching ESL/D students. Details Welcome to the Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander Resource - NCACL Please note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this resource may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material. Some material may contain terms that reflect authors’ views, or those of the period in which the item was written or recorded, but may not be considered appropriate today. These views are not necessarily the views of the National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature Inc. While the information may not reflect current understanding, it is provided in an historical context. Welcome to the Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander Resource You may experience a short delay in the Resource and the associated search facility loading for use.
Aboriginal history Barani Barani is an Aboriginal word of the Sydney language that means 'yesterday'. The Barani website examines the histories of people, places and events associated with Sydney's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Visit Barani ABC Radio National - Hindsight - Holding our tongues Holding our tongues is a Hindsight project about the long and painful task of reviving Aboriginal languages. Click on the place names on the map below to listen to examples of language, watch archival video or find more information. Advice: This website may contain images and voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have passed away.