Cultural continuity and transmission

Rock Art of the Western Desert and Great Basin: long term social responses to environmental change

Rock art was integral to modern humans colonising Australia (earth's most arid continent) as well as the deserts of the USA.

Murnong on Maar Country

The colonial impact on Indigenous peoples’ food practices was catastrophic and its effects still reverberate today.

Reinstating Jirrbal cultural landscapes within Queensland's Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.

The Wabubadda (Jirrbal) Aboriginal Corporation (WAC) will direct this project, combining Jirrbal Elders knowledge and intelligence with previous archaeological, historical and vegetation research.

Mura Maarni: Chasing Mob through the Archives

Mura Maarni is a cultural methodology which provides a mechanism to repatriate cultural knowledge stolen from Aboriginal communities and retained in archives.

Gurindji Heritage Project/Keeping Place

Celebration of cultural heritage remains a key focus within resilient communities with evidence revealing this must be supported with appropriate research, resourcing and infrastructure.

Djeera (Mt Keira) Aboriginal Cultural Tourism and Cultural Connection Project

The Djeera (Mt Keira) Aboriginal Cultural Connections Project, "Djeera Project", has been identified by the Illawarra Local Aboriginal Land Council as a priority initiative to improve the knowledge

Resilience through art as education

Gija people are strong and resilient despite many things that have happened to us. We have been on Gija land since our ancestors created the country and everything in it, but there have been major

Mapping Boodjar: Walyalup Fremantle Cross-Cultural Mapping

Cartographic representations of the Western Australian landscape are a powerful visual manifestation of the author’s perspective and spatial understanding of place.

Following the Trade Routes

‘Following the Trade Routes’ is a promising, country centred learning project to revitalise critical cultural practices and vital networks that once brought together Aboriginal groups from three St

Understanding pathways to support Yolngu children and families to achieve string learning in two systems

Dharraŋanamirr dhukarr guŋgayunaraw djamarrkuḻiw ga gurruṯumirriw marŋgikunharaw ḏälkunharaw gakalwun dhiyakun marrmaw’nha romgun.