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Indigenous Understanding MYBennies: Music and Language

MYBennies

Darug Language

Learning the language These are language lessons developed by Richard Green for use in teaching the language. They explain the process of reclamation.

The Conversation

The yidaki – the subject of a major exhibition now on show at the South Australian Museum – is an instrument owned exclusively by the Yolngu people of North East Arnhem Land.

You Tube

Multicultural Children's Services Program at ECSC is proud to present this Acknowledgement of Country video produced in partnership with the children, families and educators of Summer Hill Children's Centre.

Darug woman Jacinta Tobin and Gadigal man Joel Davison lead classes developed to provide a foundational understanding of the local language. Be part of the reawakening of the Aboriginal Language of Sydney, also known as Eora or Darug language.

Dharug-dalang greeting song. Written in the language of the Darug people, the Aboriginal people of Western Sydney.

Word Up podcast

Teaching and Learning on Darug Country

Welcome to Learning and Teaching in Darug country.  You can see the Sydney CBD on the home page. This is Cadigal country, one of the many Darug clans of the Sydney region. Darug country extends from the Sydney CBD to the Blue Mountains, and is one of five main groups of Aboriginal people living in the Sydney region today.

Word Up

The diverse languages of black Australia from Anmatyerre to Arrernte, from Bidjara to Bundjalung, from Nyungar to Ngaanyatjarra, from Yankunytjatjara to Yorta Yorta — one word at a time.

ABC Education

Work with your local Indigenous community to translate and sing a song in the first language of your area!