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26 ways to enjoy Uluru without climbing

For decades the traditional owners have been campaigning for the closure of the Uluru climb. Climbing Uluru goes against Anangu law. https://youtu.be/Ce__uYYyguY 1) Pinch it 2)...
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Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is an iconic tourist destination in Australia. This interactive guide will give you an immersive experience in 13 of the must see destinations...
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Racial inequality continues on after death in Australia

With the recent discussion over colonial era statues and memorials our team have begun the search for Indigenous memorials in Australia. What we have...
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Welcome to Country website launch

In August 2017, the Welcome to Country website was switched on to reach thousands of people across the planet. The aim of Welcome to Country...
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Top 50 Aboriginal resistance memes

Some people may not realise that Aboriginal Memes have played a huge role in awakening our collective consciousness over the last 8 years on...
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13 y.o Aboriginal Boy Kidnapped & Bashed by Police

A young Aboriginal man has shocked thousands of Australians this week after sharing one of his own encounters with police brutality....
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Crayola set to release new colours of the world crayons with 24 skin shades

Crayola has just announced the release of their latest "colours of the world" crayon series. It’s not the first...
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Remember when: Mandela turned his back on Black Australia

Nelson Mandela is widely remembered as a hero for his people and one of the greatest champions for human rights and...
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Fraser Island’s Brutal Aboriginal history

Fraser Island's brutal frontier history still remains widely unknown to the almost 1 million tourists who visit each year.
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‘We made a huge mistake’ Uluru climb will stay open for future generations |...

After reassessment of the decision to ban climbing on Uluru, Elders have now decided to keep the climb open indefinitely. Amazingly the reason to keep...