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Profiles of 2 prominent and famous Indigenous Australians.
Indigenous Australians use plant shoots, Echidna quills and small twigs to paint their Dreamtime stories. Here are 12 Dot Painting Templates to enjoy with the elderly.
Test your knowledge and learn some more about Aboriginal culture during Naidoc week.
Here are 3 beautiful Dreamtime stories to share during Naidoc week.
Celebrate cultural uniqueness and promote friendship and sharing.
Easy and fun to make! Give the bookmarks as souvenirs to friends, staff and relatives.
This is an activity that I play on Australia Day or for NAIDOC week.
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Become acquainted with some exotic native Australian words.
Beautiful and easy to make! Abayomi rag dolls are traditional of Africa and can be adapted to celebrate the native people of any country. They are also a lovely gift idea for any occasion.
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Here is a chance to learn a few Indigenous Australian words in an entertaining way. Like most native words of the world: some are beautiful, some are interesting, never are they boring!
Come together and decorate the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island flags for NAIDOC week.
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Bungaree was an Aboriginal Australian from the Kuringai people of the Broken Bay area, 3 miles north of Sydney. He came to prominence in 1798, when he accompanied Matthew Flinders on a coastal survey as an interpreter, guide, and negotiator with the local indigenous groups.
Uluru, one of Australia’s most famous and immediately recognizable landmarks, is also known as 'Ayers Rock'. It is one of the most visited sites in Australia.