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Who is the nameless Aboriginal boy on the world’s first polymer...

Did you know this was the world's first polymer bank note released into public circulation? It was first released in 1988, the same year the...

Gangurru: a Blackfulla’s guide to Kangaroos

Kangaroos are without a doubt one of the most iconic animals found in Australia. But how much does the average person know about them? I...

6 Australian animals you never knew existed

Almost everyone in the world can name at least one or two Australian animals. Australia is home to some of the most unique animals in...

27 Aboriginal words and phrases that all Australian’s should know

This post is for anyone who feels they don't know many Aboriginal words or for anyone who wants to test their knowledge. After reading and...

6 Aboriginal Super Foods in Australia

From cancer killing berries to fruits with record levels of vitamins, Australia is home to some of the worlds most powerful super foods. These...

Popular Aboriginal Dreamtime Stories

Aboriginal Dreamtime stories are one of the most important aspects of Indigenous culture. We have compiled some of the most popular stories right here...

The 12 most common Aboriginal words used in Australia today

English might be one of the most widely spoken languages on the planet, but even English doesn't have a word for everything. English begs/borrows/steals words...

9 lessons Australia has failed to learn from Aboriginal people

Since colonisation, European settlers have paid little attention to the deep knowledge held by Aboriginal people. This lack of attention continues to cause problems...

Australia’s national weather agencies now provide Indigenous weather information

You may be surprised to learn there is quite a lot of information about Aboriginal seasons and traditional weather knowledge available online. Here at Welcome...

We found the giant 20km long crocodile swimming through central Australian...

An image described as a giant crocodile swimming through the desert in central Australia has gone viral this week. The image was taken out the...

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