The first people to live in Australia more than 40,000 years ago are the ancestors of the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia who call this great land home today. Here, our writers share memorable experiences learning about Indigenous Australia and meeting some of the people who have wonderful stories and lessons to share.
The first people to live in Australia more than 40,000 years ago are the descendants of the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia who call this great land home today. Here, our writers share memorable experiences learning about Indigenous Australia and meeting some of the people who have wonderful stories and lessons to share.
The fourth annual National Indigenous Art Fair celebrates Indigenous art, culture and food with a vibrant program of art, performances and music.
Gamilaraay artist Juanita McLauchlan’s first major solo exhibition gii mara-bula / Heart Hand-also explores family and culture.
Clothing the Gaps is an Indigenous fashion label supporting First Nations communities by encouraging health and wellbeing.
These amazing Indigenous festivals are a fun and exciting way to celebrate First Nations culture and talented Aussie artists.
Walk alongside an Indigenous guide as you explore the Isa Native Botanical Garden in the heart of Mount Isa.
The Indigenous tours and experiences on the islands can give a deeper understanding of the culture and connection of the Traditional Owners.
Grove Juice’s new packaging for their 2 Litre range will highlight the bold, colourful art work of Indigenous artists from Yuendumu.
This year, Sydney’s New Year’s Eve fireworks will celebrate the culture and stories of our First Nations people in one unforgettable night.
Immerse yourself in these Indigenous tours in tropical North Queensland to learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.
Palawa culture and community in Tasmania is flourishing, so check out some of these amazing Indigenous experiences in Hobart.
Take a walk, admire art or eat bush tucker while learning about Indigenous Melbourne and First Peoples significant cultural heritage in the area.
Darlene Johnson has been writing and directing award-winning film and TV for over 20 years, centring Aboriginal voices and stories.
Brisbane is bursting with Indigenous sites and attractions which can help you celebrate the traditional owners of our incredible country.
Indigenous attractions of Adelaide are plentiful if you know where to go. We explore the top 6 Indigenous attractions the city has on offer.
Ancient rock art, thundering waterfalls and beautiful billabongs are just some of the Indigenous sights and attractions of Darwin.
Australia’s capital is full of ways to experience Indigenous culture first hand, and explore the history of the traditional custodians of this land.
Experience ancient Indigenous culture in Perth, and engage with the people who maintain strong connections with land, culture and history.
Through Sydney’s many Indigenous sights and attractions, you can learn more about our remarkable First Nations community.
Spectacular fishing and rich Indigenous heritage draw visitors to the remote community of Mornington Island.
The Aboriginal Women Artists Project combines the fashion accessory designs of Catherine Manuell with the art of Indigenous artists.
The Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF) is now open via its cutting-edge digital platform, connecting audiences with Indigenous creatives.
Follow the winding coastal road north from Cairns and enter a tropical paradise like no other. Port Douglas awaits.
In the Northern Territory’s Arnhem Land, we take part in a guided camping trip with the Yolngu, esteemed members of the world’s oldest living culture.
Visit these Northern Territory art galleries to discover the incredible diversity of traditional, Indigenous and modern art that the region has to offer.
Remote island life, Catholicism and a man with 150 wives – the history of the Tiwi Islands, 90km off the coast of Darwin, is intriguing to say the least.
Indigenous rock art tells us incredible stories of the Dreamtime, dating back 50,000 years. These incredibly valuable Indigenous art spaces are worth protecting.
Bridging the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, GenerationOne is working to secure prosperous futures for the country’s first peoples.
In the remote Kimberley region, the school day is underway, but the classes at Yiramalay/Wesley College Studio School are not in the standard syllabus.
In the eastern Kimberley, the town of Kununurra is home to an exceptional art gallery, Waringarri Aboriginal Arts. We meet two artists who helped shape it.
Just outside Alice Springs, Yia Nuka is a coffee, cake and creative culture experience with talented Indigenous artist Kathleen Buzzacott.