Indigenous Plant Use booklet

This booklet describes the medicinal, nutritional and technological uses of native plants found widely across the eastern Kulin Nation.  The guide increases awareness of cultural plants although we suggest you seek advice from your local Traditional Owner group for specific information.  The guide will help you design and establish a cultural garden with plant labels […]

2022 Campaspe River Tour video

The Caring for the Campaspe project once again invited Traditional Owners together to spend time on Country to share, explore and learn from each other.  Hear from participants about how valued this experience is.

The Mysterious World of Eels video

This recording of an ARI seminar features Uncle Denis Rose and Dr Wayne Koster presenting on their partnership in eel migration research.  It shares the importance of eels (both culturally and ecologically) and what we’ve learned through satellite tracking. The video runs for 1hr and is suitable for older viewers as a rare chance to dive deeper […]

Manungaboomboom – Uncle Rick Nelson video

Uncle Rick Nelson’s story of Dja Dja Wurrung People and the impacts of colonisation on Dja Dja Wurrung County. Filmed in and around Leanganook, Mt Alexander region. This is a powerful and important story but please be aware there is some graphic content for younger viewers.

Wanyarram Dhelk, Bendigo Creek site tour video

Wanyarram Dhelk is a cultural expression encapsulating what Bendigo Creek once was, a series of waterholes that provided food and fibre resources as well as recreational opportunities for Djaara people. This important project demonstrates how integrating Traditional Owner knowledge with water sensitive design can help restore cultural, social and environmental values to a degraded urban creek […]

Barapa Water for Country video

A great video to showcase the importance and value in collaborating with Traditional Owners to understand, explore and heal country by embedding cultural knowledge, skills and aspirations in land management decisions. Follow the journey of the project;  See here for a look at how the project began and for more information about its goal to work […]

Deadly and Proud website

Many Aboriginal people use the word “deadly” to mean awesome, strong, brilliant. The many deadly stories of Aboriginal history and cultures are part of our collective identity as Victorians. Students can use this website full of engaging videos to explore and learn by listening to the stories of Aboriginal people around the state.  The questions […]

Intergenerational Trauma animation

In Australia, Intergenerational Trauma predominantly affects the children, grandchildren and future generations of the Stolen Generations.  This is a confronting topic causing all Australians to reflect on our shared history.  Care should be taken about how/when this content is presented but the video from the Healing Foundation is extremely well done and thought-provoking to stimulate […]

Share Our Pride website

This website by Reconciliation Australia provides introductory cultural awareness training to give non-Indigenous people a glimpse into the lives and cultures of Australia’s First People. It has been put together for organisations to consider what they might do differently to build better relationships with Indigenous peoples to show respect for Indigenous Australians and to create opportunities for Indigenous peoples to help close the […]