Applications for Indigenous students from all around Australia to travel to Canberra and see first-hand the opportunities available to them working in Government will be closing in one week.
Learn the story of Burramattagal (Parramatta River) as told by Uncle Jimmy Smith of the Wangal people.
At Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child and Family Centre, the preservation of language is assured by teaching it in the early years of a child’s development.
Four Indigenous school students from around Australia helped launch the breakthrough educational series they feature in at Australian Parliament House on Tuesday.
WEX 2019 invites up to 70 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to Canberra to learn about career opportunities in the Australian Public Service.
Australians of all backgrounds will come together in Parramatta to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures during NAIDOC Week, culminating in Burramatta NAIDOC Day on Sunday 14 July at Pavilion Flat, Parramatta Park.
Meet the designer of the 2019 NAIDOC Poster, Charmaine Mumbulla.
Watch our video to see how Indigenous culture is helping kids stay in school in coastal NSW.
Read about Matildas’ goalkeeper Lydia Williams and how she feels about playing on the world stage.
Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council preserves a 3km boardwalk to prevent erosion.
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