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First Nation Peoples

The First Nation people of Australia, known as the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, have a rich culture and are deeply connected to their land. They have a unique history, which has shaped their lives and careers today. Despite facing challenges throughout history such as colonization, discrimination, and oppression, they have remained resilient and found success in various fields. From the arts, music, and sports to law, politics, and education, First Nation Australians have made significant contributions to society. Their connection to their land is rooted in their spirituality, and it is a vital part of their identity. They have a deep respect for nature and the environment, which has been passed down from generation to generation. It is this unique perspective that has brought awareness and understanding to their cultural heritage, which is regarded highly across the world.

Indigenous dancers strike a pose during the Homeground festival - a major annual celebration of aboriginal culture.

The Missing Treaty
First Nation

The Māori people of New Zealand successfully secured a treaty with the British government in 1840, while Australia's …

Aboriginal Embassy

Aboriginal Embassy - Canberra
First Nation People

The Aboriginal Tent Embassy is a permanent protest occupation site representing the political rights of Aboriginal Australians and …

Devil's Pool

Devil's Pool
Babinda (QLND)

Devil's Pool is a natural pool in a treacherous stretch of Babinda Creek (Qlnd) which holds a sinister …

NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week is a celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

The Pilbara

The Pilbara
North West

The Pilbara is home to spectacular landscapes, coastal plains, mountain ranges, cliffs and gorges, for its ancient landscapes, …

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park
Kakadu

Kakadu National Park is a vast biodiverse nature reserve consisting of wetlands, rivers and sandstone escarpments, abundant wildlife, …

 

The Uluru Statement from the Heart
The Uluru Statement from the Heart

The Uluru Statement from the Heart calls for a “First Nations Voice enshrined in the Constitution”

Aboriginal Embassy
Aboriginal Embassy - Canberra

The Aboriginal Tent Embassy is a permanent protest occupation site representing the political rights of Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islander people.

Kakadu National Park
Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park is a vast biodiverse nature reserve consisting of wetlands, rivers and sandstone escarpments, abundant wildlife, salt water crocodiles and Aboriginal rock paintings.

The People Voted NO: What next?
The People Voted NO: What next?

The outcome of the Australian referendum on the 'Voice to Parliament' proposal has been met with mixed reactions, and must be respected while its implications are carefully considered.

Always was, always will be
Always was, Always will be

Let's explore various ways we can celebrate and honour the richness and diversity of Indigenous culture.

Devil's Pool
Devil's Pool

Devil's Pool is a natural pool in a treacherous stretch of Babinda Creek (Qlnd) which holds a sinister centuries-old Aboriginal history.

Discover the magic of Uluru
Discover the magic of Uluru

Uluru is an iconic sandstone formation that stands 348 meters high and stretches over 3.6 kilometers long.

NT Indigenous Artists
NT Indigenous Artists

Indigenous art is a big part of the Northern Territory life. No matter where you roam you'll find it in it's natural habitat or on display in art galleries.

Indigenous dancers strike a pose during the Homeground festival - a major annual celebration of aboriginal culture.
The Missing Treaty

The Māori people of New Zealand successfully secured a treaty with the British government in 1840, while Australia's Aboriginal population did not, leading to discussion of why this difference exists.

NAIDOC Week
NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week is a celebration of the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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