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.

The statue stands at the entrance to The Hangar, the Bombers’ headquarters in Melbourne.
The story of Australia's only Indigenous WWII fighter pilot, Len Waters, told in a new book titled “ The Missing Man” by Peters Rees

The contribution of Indigenous women to Australia's defence services remains a little known aspect of the nation's history.
During this year's NAIDOC week they have received special acknowledg...

Living Black
A look at Terri Janke, providing a rare insight into the mind and motivation behind this amazingly successful woman in both her work and personal life, including the major health crisis that changed h...
Living Black
After four decades of away from country, Australia's oldest human remains are finally home.
Talk to anyone in the Nepali community about the problems they face and most will say issues with visas and immigration are at the top of the list.
The new facility will help young Aboriginal people transition from school into further employment and education.

Health and Wellbeing

A small regional interpreting scheme has been extended throughout WA's Kimberley region after almost two decades of success.
Anne-Maree Nielsen, who achieved a hard-won career in medicine, was among the women honoured during NAIDOC Week.
Are you feeling disconnected from the world around you? Wayapa Method, a healing practice is inviting people to connect with nature and the Earth to combat the stress of modern life.
ANALYSIS: Positive stories about Aboriginal health are far and few between, but writer and academic Tess Ryan says there's a lot to celebrate.
Indigenous boxer Clay Waterman took a break from his Commonwealth Games training schedule to deliver an inspirational message to aspiring athletes on North Stradbroke Island.

Culture and Identity

The Chefs' Line
As a chef and TV host, Mark Olive works in two of the most ego-driven industries out there, but this humble Bundjalung man is hungry for food, not fame.
“In Islam there is oneness, and Aboriginality talks about a oneness, and this oneness is deep inside us and you can’t take it out. And when you die it comes out and travels to the dreamtime.”

Trudy Snow élue Miss Kwobordok 2018

Trudy Snow est ravie d’avoir été plébiscitée pour ses qualités de leadership et le dévouement pour sa communauté.


Only 30 per cent of Australians consider themselves knowledgeable of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories.




The Dreamtime astrology zodiac consists of centuries - old Aboriginal Dreamtime stories incorporated with modern constellation interpretation, as seen from Australian southern heavens and incorpora...

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.