Australian Aboriginals
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Australian Aboriginals

Australian Aboriginal Introduction

Australians share a land with people who have been here for many thousands of years. Some Aboriginal stories tell of events that science tells us occurred 25 million years ago! Aboriginal people want to share the knowledge of the world’s oldest surviving culture … they have extraordinary wisdom of great value to our lives in these times when our people, culture, and environment is stressed and strained. Recent evidence shows artwork 176,000 years old, in the Kimberley and people living in the age of giant meat eating kangaroos and wombats.Leading edge researchers are finding Aboriginal art and people have understood for thousands of years, what quantum physics is only just showing the “modern world”. Medicines, healing and psychic abilities of some Aboriginal people are exceptional.

With around 600 dialects and 250 languages, Aboriginal people were a diverse multicultural society of travellers and traders, with a shared understanding and caring for the Earth.

Traditional Aboriginal stories, songs, dances and art speak of the respect for, and integrity of all things … these are keys to our survival, and thriving.

Links to …

Our Travel and Training programs including Spirit Safaris tours aim to meet, and share cultures and leanings with Aboriginal people and communities.

Bush University has operated with the Ngarinyin Aboriginal people in the Kimberley to help rebuild community.

Yothu Yindi

Reconciliation information & links

These sites have links to other sites … more links to follow

Some Symbols used in Aboriginal art

Aboriginal Art Symbols







Some Aboriginal Words of the Sydney area (Eora people)Amaroo – A beautiful place  Cabaritta – by the water Biala – (where there is) Understanding  Beranghi – friendship


Books about Aboriginal culture and spirituality

“The Australian Aborigines”, A. P. Elkin (1974)
“Men of High Degree”, A. P. Elkin (1977).
“Songman”, Bob Randall (2003)..
“Treading Lightly”, Karl-Erik Sveiby and Tex Skuthorpe (2006).
“Over My Tracks”, Evelyn Crawford (1993).
“I, The Aboriginal”, Douglas Lockwood (1962).
“The Life and Adventures of William Buckley”, John Morgan (1852).

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