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  1. Visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park on Street View

    Posted: June 15 2017
  2. Experience the songlines of Uluru with Google Maps Street View and Story Spheres

    Posted: June 8 2017

    In the heart of Australia’s red centre lies the UNESCO World Heritage site, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. It is deeply sacred to the Anangu people, who have lived there for more than 30,000 years. It’s also home to a wide range of species, 21 mammals, 73 reptiles, 178 birds—and Australia’s most iconic natural landmark, Uluru. […]

  3. WE NEED SAFE HOUSING FOR ABORIGINAL WOMEN AND CHILDREN. AND WE CAN’T WAIT FOR AN ELECTION

    Posted: April 6 2017

     The Barkly region is a hot spot for family violence and child abuse. The community is crying out for a strong response but the resources they have are inadequate.  ‘A transitional school is also urgently needed in Tennant Creek for kids who have never attended classes, or kids who are not well adjusted to a […]

  4. Bush and the City: Parenting from different walks of life

    Posted: April 6 2017

    Be it in the city or bush, single or with help – parenting can be one of life’s most difficult tasks. We’ve sought advice from proud parents who raised their children in polar opposite environments. ‘City’ Mum Every parent goes through it at least once, twice maybe even three times. But as a mother of […]

  5. Awakening the Warrior Within- Zach’s journey to manhood

    Posted: April 6 2017

    For the past ten years a camera has been capturing the evolving father and son relationship between Alec and Zach Doomadgee and Zach’s journey into manhood. The observational documentary ‘Zachs Ceremony – Awakening the Warrior Within’ takes us along on the journey to discover where culture and place sit within the modern world as an […]

  6. Taking stock: how a ranger program can turn around a troubled life

    Posted: April 6 2017

    There’s been a turnaround in the Kimberley. An industry which grew rich exploiting Indigenous people as free labour is paying back its debt.   How? Well, wealth in the East Kimberley was built off the back of a cattle industry which depended on Aboriginal stockmen but paid them nothing. But now the Indigenous Rangers Cadetship […]

  7. Bardi Jawi Rangers: caring for country

    Posted: April 6 2017

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  8. Outback icon spectacular from space

    Posted: April 6 2017

    Outback icon spectacular from space EARTH IMAGE by Stuart Gary ABC Outback icon Uluru looks stunning from space (KARI/ESA) This stunning image of Uluru in the Australian outback was taken by the Korean Kompsat-2 satellite at an altitude of 685 kilometres. From this angle, it looks like the top of Uluru has been scarred by […]

  9. Why is a Welcome to Country important?

    Posted: April 6 2017

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  10. Indigenous protected areas and rangers program prove positive in protecting Australia

    Posted: April 6 2017

    Adnyamathanha woman and Nantawarrina Ranger, Sophia Wilton says for the sake of Australia’s future, we need to put a bigger focus on Indigenous rangers and Indigenous protected areas.   Breathing in the fresh air, chasing creatures into the creek, gathering bush tucker and getting her hands dirty in Mother Nature’s moist dirt is what Adnyamathanha […]