Topics: Culture

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South West - view

mother spoke Dharawal language at home

South West - view

Culture Camp at Cataract Scout Park

Central - view

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

West - view

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

South Coastal - view

shell middens

South West - view

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.)

Central - view

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

West - view

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

South Coastal - view

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

South West - view

the story of Mirragan, the hunter who chased Gurangatch, the big eel thus creating much the landscape around Sydney. Gurangatch was finally caught at Gulguer, Bents Basin .

North West - view

Sharon Hodgetts , project officer at Darkinjung Land Council, shares her experiences of growing up on an isolated property at Gulgong, and the stone axes she and her father found that connect her to her Aboriginality

South Coastal - view

Aboriginal names used to be used for the fish and octopus

Central - view

the importance of educating non-Aboriginal (and young Aboriginal people) on the significance of Aboriginal cultural sites

South Coastal - view

under the water are Aboriginal rock paintings and carvings. Uncle Greg feels that “this land is a powerful spiritual place” and wrong-doers will be punished eventually