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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.

Australia's first commercial space centre will benefit from the Northern Territory government's $1.7 million funding package to support economic development in remote communities.
After four decades of away from country, Australia's oldest human remains are finally home.
The sudden death of a father and grandfather has inspired this new children’s book that hopes to bring peace and understanding for young ones experiencing loss.
Barangaroo was a woman before she was a location.
Traditional Owners conducting scientific monitoring in the northern Kimberley found the tiny stool left by the nabarlek rock wallaby, which was thought to have disappeared from the Australian mainland...
As a part of the Sydney Festival, Jimi Bani has brought beautiful stage play 'My Name Is Jimi' to the Belvoir St Theatre.
Against the odds, Rose Cunningham was elected in November as the first Indigenous woman mayor of Waspam, a municipality of about 60,000 people on Nicaragua's impoverished Atlantic coast.

Health and Wellbeing

From injecting hundreds of thousands of dollars to oppose the Mabo case, to advancing plans for a Cape York space station, newly-released cabinet papers give a glimpse of what went on behind the scene...
Dr Sean Taylor is hoping to boost health outcomes in his Torres Strait Islander community, after finishing a four-year public health doctorate aimed at improving diabetes care and management.
A mobile laundry service is helping to fight skin diseases such as scabies in the remote community of Lockhart River, where washing facilities are in short supply.
A new Aboriginal-owned line of non-alcoholic craft beers harness native ingredients to provide a healthy alternative to alcohol.
COMMENT | Self-confidence and leadership skills are two major outcomes of a fitness regime and these benefits can change communities for the better, writes educator/instructor Kane Wright.

Culture and Identity

Le Centre Rouge, Darwin, Katherine, en passant par Tennant creek jusqu'à Arnhem Land et les îles Tiwi, ces merveilles de la nature du Territoire du Nord vous fascineront par leurs paysages envoûtan...
Yep, they've been on the earth that long, and it's now bunya nut season. Weighing up to 10 kg, you want to watch out for falling nuts. These edible pine cones have been a key part of Indigenous cultur...
Mr Smith posted a photo online to his 74 million followers, after spending an afternoon with Elder Aunty Margret Campbell.
According to the National Australia Day Council, they had been living for more than 60,000 years on this land.

Greens Leader Richard Di Natale talks about his party's campaign to change the date of Australia Day.

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.