Wiradjuri warrior: Windradyne

Windradyne the Indigenous Australian resistance leader, was a northern Wiradjuri man of the upper Macquarie River region in central-western New South Wales. Windradyne's date of birth .

This website is part of an ongoing project by the Parkes Wiradjuri Language Group which aims to make the Wiradjuri Language more accessible to everyone and provide resources for teachers and anyone interested in the language.

This website is part of an ongoing project by the Parkes Wiradjuri Language Group which aims to make the Wiradjuri Language more accessible to everyone and provide resources for teachers and anyone interested in the language.

Evonne Goolagong Cawley: Australian sporting hero, proud Wiradjuri woman. Watch a video with her talking about achieving your dreams:   http://www.skillsone.com.au/industry/179/advice/video/239/evonne-goolagong-cawley/

Evonne Goolagong Cawley: Australian sporting hero, proud Wiradjuri woman. Watch a video with her talking about achieving your dreams: http://www.skillsone.com.au/industry/179/advice/video/239/evonne-goolagong-cawley/

Windradyne - First Australians. Very emotionally charged short documentary on Windradyne. Can be supplemented by the excellent "Making a difference: Windradyne" resource that can be found here:   http://tle.tafevc.com.au/toolbox/items/a9c0505a-795b-6eee-b1e4-834fbcad6f40/1/viewscorm.jsp

Windradyne - First Australians. Very emotionally charged short documentary on Windradyne. Can be supplemented by the excellent "Making a difference: Windradyne" resource that can be found here: http://tle.tafevc.com.au/toolbox/items/a9c0505a-795b-6eee-b1e4-834fbcad6f40/1/viewscorm.jsp

Wiradjuri Mob on Facebook: a Facebook page created by Mark Saddler, a Wiradjuri man from Euabalong and Wagga Wagga, NSW. This page shares Wiradjuri culture and language as well as Mark's personal reflections and photography.

Wiradjuri Mob on Facebook: a Facebook page created by Mark Saddler, a Wiradjuri man from Euabalong and Wagga Wagga, NSW. This page shares Wiradjuri culture and language as well as Mark's personal reflections and photography.

NSWALC pays tribute to a tireless Aboriginal activist

NSWALC pays tribute to a tireless Aboriginal activist

Mother Tongue: Wiradjuri. How language is transforming a town.

Imagine a regional town where of the population is actively learning the local Aboriginal language and culture, every week.

The importance of the kookaburra to the Wiradjuri people. The kookaburra is called gugubarra in Wiradjuri.

The importance of the kookaburra to the Wiradjuri people. The kookaburra is called gugubarra in Wiradjuri.

Where the stories come from (Hindsight, ABC Radio National). On Wiradjuri country, 400 kilometres west of Sydney, the settlement of Wellington was established in 1823. Each group of newcomers came with new laws and activities that irrevocably changed the lives of the Aboriginal people who lived there.

On Wiradjuri country, the settlement of Wellington was established in Many have lived in the community and brought with them new laws and ways of using the land—ways that irrevocably changed the lives of the Aboriginal people.

Yarri the brave: Australia's forgotten #Wiradjuri hero.

Yarri the brave: Australia's forgotten hero.

Wellington's history up for debate

Blanket distribution to Aboriginal people. Note the demeanour.

STOLEN - The Story of Ada Gray, my grandmother, by Monica Field. "This is the story of my grandmother, Ada Field, nee Gray. She was one of the very first girls taken & put into Cootamundra Girls' Home. It was made soon after Kevin Rudd's Apology to the Stolen Generations."

This is the story of my grandmother, Ada Field, nee Gray. She was one of the very first girls taken & put into Cootamundra Girls' Home. It was made soon afte.

Wiradjuri Stained Glass Windows project - Cootamundra Town Hall. The Wiradjuri Windows creates a community connection, bringing together people of all walks of life, ages and backgrounds.

The Wiradjuri Windows creates a community connection, bringing together people of all walks of life, ages and backgrounds.

Wiradjuri song lines a link to cultural past. Song lines paths recorded in traditional songs, stories, dance, and painting.

Wiradjuri song lines a link to cultural past. Song lines paths recorded in traditional songs, stories, dance, and painting.

Grinding stones used by Wiradjuri people to grind seeds and nuts into flour. Collection Orange (NSW) Local Aboriginal Land Council.

Grinding stones used by Wiradjuri people to grind seeds and nuts into flour.

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