Walk With Us

Join us in exploring our First Australians stories together.

Why you should Walk With Us

First Australian stories are all our stories. Let’s explore our First Australians stories together.
As a fair skin Wiradjuri man, Jake Gablonski knows what it's like to be teased and even called a 'liar' for identifying as Aboriginal, but that hasn't stopped him...
Today is the 52nd anniversary of the momentous Freedom Ride that journeyed through western New South Wales in February 1965 to draw attention to injustice and...
The Frontier Wars was the bloodiest conflict on Australian soil. We look at five of the warriors who fought for their people and their land against colonial forces.
Western Desert culture has been alive in Central Australia for thousands of years. However it is at risk of fading away. Reconnecting elders with the younger...

Community and Achievements

Achievements by the Australian First Peoples.

Former AFL premiership player Matthew Stokes is leading a delegation of 50 Indigenous Australian Rules footy players, preparing to run out at the MCG on Saturday in the Dreamtime warm up event.
Friederike Krishnabhakdi-Vasilakis is the director of the South Coast Writers Centre, which presents readings from the anniversary edition of the anthology Dreaming Inside - Voices from Junee Correcti...
To coincide with the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum, the Australian Mint has released a new coin celebrating Indigenous history.
The Feed
Reporter Laura Murphy-Oates asks four young Indigenous people, “What does it mean to be young and black in 2017?”
Internationally-acclaimed Indigenous artistic director Stephen Page has told SBS World News we need to stop treating constitutional recognition 'like a cup of coffee'.
Among the notable Australians pausing to reflect on the 50th anniversary of the historic 1967 Aboriginal referendum will be the one-time model, turned pillar of Indigenous education, Lois Peeler.
Traditional Owners are welcoming visitors with a unique combination of traditional food, culture, and language, during the week-long inaugural festival.

Health and Wellbeing


Insight S2017 Ep11 - Breaking Free

From the high ranks of bikie gangs to serious drug felonies on the streets of Cabramatta, how do you turn your life around when violence and crime are the norm? How do you break free from a cycle of c...
A Sydney-based yoga organisation is fusing Indian and Indigenous yoga traditions, incorporating the spirit of Aboriginal Australia into the ancient practice.
Senior Aboriginal clinician and researcher, Professor Ngiare Brown has established a Not For Profit organisation 'Ngaoara' to help end the high rates of poor health, community violence and incarcerat...
Living Black
A mobile eye clinic, designed to stamp out avoidable blindness in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, is changing lives on Palm Island.

I named my anxiety Clive and it changed my life

Carolyn Tate decided to give her anxiety a name, and in the process stumbled upon a way to feel a whole lot better.

Culture and Identity

Two decades after the Bringing Them Home report was released, victims and families believe Australia has not made enough progress to help the Stolen Generations and affected communities.

Aboriginal Burn-offs Protect the Land

Bushfires are a constant threat in Australia. The indigenous people of this land however, have always burned off their land, to look after it with their own ancient methods, and have thereby worked ag...
The Feed
Reporter Laura Murphy-Oates asks four young Indigenous people, “What does it mean to be young and black in 2017?”
Anangu Yankunytjatjara cultural presenter Leroy Lester says he gets a good response from people who go on his tours. After an introduction to country at the sacred Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park, one ...

January 26

What it means to be Australian in the 21st century.

Survival Day? Australia Day? Invasion Day? Feeling confused yet? We explain the history and meaning behind these different nomenclatures for January 26.
Australians hold many different views on what January 26 represents - and this is particularly the case among Indigenous communities.