Aboriginal Art, Culture & Multimedia
Authentic Aboriginal Australian dot paintings from Central Australia.
Aboriginal Australia offers Internet users unique opportunities to discover and explore the history, culture and spirituality of Aboriginal people
throughout Australia. Users can purchase authentic art and craft direct from Aboriginal Communities online.
Resources on Aboriginal Australia, including on-line database of languages, nations and tribes, research on Western Desert with on-line bibliographic
database, book reviews, conference announcements, kinship tutorial, discussion forum etc. The site is dedicated to research and resources in
anthropology, for academics as well as lay-people, with a special accent is on Aboriginal Australia.
House of Aboriginality Project
House of Aboriginality Project, Macquarie University - a site established to help fight theft of Australian Aboriginal cultural and intellectual
Lore of the Land - Reconciling Spirit and Place in Australia's Story
Lore of the Land - Reconciling Spirit and Place in Australia's Story - An Interactive Documentary
Message Stick - ABC Indigenous Online
Aboriginal Content in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's various media: including radio, TV and on the web.
Postcards from Halls Creek
An Australia Radio National multimedia event in the Awaye! series. Hear the voices of locals from Halls Creek and see their snapshots on the
Songlines Music Aboriginal Corporation
Our aim is to connect with industry and to provide employment and training opportunities to maximise Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islanders
development within the music industry
Stories of the Dreaming
Stories of the Dreaming - a collaboration between Australia's Cultural Network (through the Federal Department of Communications, Information
Technology and the Arts) and the Australian Museum. The stories come from the cultures of Indigenous Australians
Aboriginal History, Politics, Education
Aboriginal Languages of Australia
There are more than 200 Australian Indigenous languages, most of which have been destroyed; all the others are endangered. This web site has
links to 104 resources for more than 30 of these languages.
Aboriginal Studies WWW VL
Aboriginal Studies WWW Virtual Library - the Internet Guide to Aboriginal Studies
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)
Culture, issues and education of Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait
- searchable database
Use keywords and maps to explore the culture, issues and education of Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples. An initiative of
the National Coordinators of Aboriginal Education.
First Nation - Indigenous peoples and indigenous
spirituality in the 20th century
A discussion on Australia's Radio National on 14th March 1999.
Frontier Education Online
A web site is designed to complement the Frontier television series, the Frontier Online site, and the Frontier CD-ROM set. This exploration
of Aboriginal history is divided into four main sections, moving from the Dreaming through contact history, to massacres and resistance, on
to assimilation policies and the politics of Aboriginal cultures, to a final section on historiography - the various ways in which Aboriginal
history has been made and remade. A superb site - not to be missed!
Gadigal Koori Radio
An interesting and beautifully-illustrated site! Eventually, you'll be able to listen to Gadigal Radio online, but for now the take the tour!
It's of particular interest to anyone visiting Sydney; the Gadigal were one of the original Aboriginal clans in the Sydney basin. Check out
Australia's modern history from the Gadigal's perspective!
HREOC and the World Conference Against
An in depth site devoted to the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and the United Nations World Conference Against Racism, Racial
Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance (WCAR).
The Koori Mail
The Koori Mail is the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander newspaper - the voice of indigenous Australia. Based in northern New South
Wales, the Koori Mail is a significant news medium - in print and now online - from Australian indigenous people.
The Yalu Story
Yalu health and education centre at Galiwinku (Elcho Island, NT, Australia)website including videos, photos etc
A Federation of Independent Aboriginal Education Providers
The Federation of Independent Aboriginal Education Providers (FIAEP) was formed in February 1996, to facilitate cooperation and collaboration
among independent community-controlled providers of adult education to Aboriginal communities
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission
The official site for ATSIC, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission. Our vision is to ensure our people, the original inhabitants
and custodians of Australia, are allowed to freely exercise their legal, economic, social, cultural and political rights
Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre
The Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre Affiliated with the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Australian & Torres
Straight Islander Commission
Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation
The Council comprises 25 community leaders drawn from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, the industries which have most impact
on Aboriginal people and from business and other sectors
National Aboriginal History and Heritage Council
The National Aboriginal History and Heritage Council (NAHHC) was established at a National Forum in July 1996. The Council is an incorporated
voluntary organisation working for the recognition, respect, preservation and promotion of Aboriginal History
Northern Land Council
Main body representing Aboriginal interests in the Northern Territory
The Friends of Kakadu Project
The Friends of Kakadu (FOK) is a non profit community group providing a source of information, news and commentary in support of the campaign
to block the construction a proposed new uranium mine in Kakadu National Park - a World Heritage listed park in the Northern Territory
Aboriginal Performing Artists
Yothu Yindi consists of both Yolngu (Aboriginal Australian) and Balanda (non-Aboriginal) musicians and embodies a sharing of cultures, the first
of which dates back 60,000 years.
Aboriginal Land Rights, Native Title, The "Stolen Generation" and Reconciliation
Action for Aboriginal Rights
These pages are designed for students(and other searchers) looking for information on current Australian Indigenous issues
Australians for Native Title & Reconciliation
The Australians for Native Title & Reconciliation national web site
Community Aid Abroad: Native Title Campaign
It's not too late to save the reconciliation process and work towards co-existence - but we must act now!
InformOz- Aboriginal Australia
Links to pictorials of recent events including the 'Sea of Hands' nation-wide reconciliation spectacular
The Mirrar people of the northern Territory are in the forefront of the struggle to stop the Jabiluka uranium mine - a didgusting proposal to
build a second uranium mine inside World Heritage Kakadu National Park. This is their excellent web site.
National Native Title Tribunal
The Tribunal is a Commonwealth Government body that facilitates the making of agreements among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people,governments,
industry and others whose rights or interests may co-exist with native title rights
A well researched overview of the Native Title issue by anthropologist Rod Hagen
The Stolen Generations
We, the 13735 undersigned people of Australia, believe an apology is owed to those of our fellow citizens who were separated from their families
as a direct result of government policy
Australian Aboriginal Links
Galiwinku Community Incorporated
Galiwinku community is situated on Elcho Island. Elcho Island is part of the Wessel Island group located in the East Arnhem Region of the Northern
Territory. Galiwinku is the major community on Elcho Island and is 550 kilometres northeast of Darwin. Galiwinku is the largest community in
East Arnhem land.