Topics: Culture

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the knowledge and stories that were shared with him need to be taught to younger generations and to Australians in general.

South West - view

Cultural Camps at Cataract Scout Park

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set up The Aboriginal Legal Service

South West - view

the story of the lyrebird and how it came to speak all languages

South Coastal - view

“This is how they say: read the land.” Auntie Pamela Young , a ranger at Kamay National Park, teaches a group of schoolchildren about the Aboriginal calendar by showing them the acacia wattle flowers. When they bloom the women and girls were taught that the whales were migrating , it was good lobster hunting time and that the medicine on the tree was ready.

South West - view

mother spoke Dharawal language at home

South West - view

Culture Camp at Cataract Scout Park

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1974 the All Blacks won the South Sydney League

South West - view

sites her mother and other relatives took her to and how she feels when she returns to D’harawal country

South Coastal - view

Aboriginal dance group performed for Taumarunui High School’s cultural group who visited from New Zealand

South West - view

Auntie June lives with many questions about her cultural background, but feels proud

West - view

information discovered about the movement of Darug people and local art sites.

Central - view

They won two premierships and ten knockouts

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Leanne Tobin explains how her Darug identity informs her relation to country

South Coastal - view

shell middens

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grandparents vying with each other to pass on their knowledge

South West - view

remembering people and events of the past and celebrating what is being brought forward. (Includes footage of the dancing and the march itself.)

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stories, knowledge, values and environmentally sustainable practices of Aboriginal people

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Darug woman, Leanne Tobin , shows three of her paintings and describes their meaning and purpose

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Uncle Dennis Foley , Gai-Mariagal elder, describes how to cook mangrove snails.