Onkaparinga is from the aboriginal word ‘Ngangkiparinga’ a Kaurna word meaning “The Women’s River”. This is a shire or region of Adelaide in the state South Australia. This rock macro photograph reminds me of an aerial shot of several merging rivers with a definite feminine aura!

Onkaparinga is from the aboriginal word ‘Ngangkiparinga’ a Kaurna word meaning “The Women’s River”. This is a shire or region of Adelaide in the state South Australia. This rock macro photograph can tell a story

The Kaurna Calendar: Seasons of the Adelaide Plains | Scott Heyes - Academia.edu

Looks like June is part of Kudilla, 1 of 6 seasons, according to The Kaurna Calendar: Seasons of the Adelaide Plains

The Kaurna language once thrived and was spoken by the original inhabitants of Adelaide, Austrailia. But it began to disappear from daily use in South Australia as early as the 1860s. Ivaritji, an elder who was thought to be the last fluent speaker of Kaurna, died in the late 1920s. More than 80 years later, its unique sounds have been brought back to life.

Lost indigenous language revived in Australia

Kaurna for Kids - Numbers

Children can learn to count to ten in Kaurna, with a little help from some starfish and KWP presenter Taylor Power-Smith.

Kaurna Language week Adelaide - October

Kaurna Language week Adelaide - October

Kaurna greeting stone

Kaurna greeting stone

Kaurna Language Website - Kaurna Warra Pintyanthi

Kaurna Warra Pintyanthi is a group of Kaurna people, teachers, linguists and language enthusiasts who are engaged in the reclamation and teaching of the Kaur.

Tjilbruke Dreaming Sites (Gavin Malone 2012)

Keeper of fire, creator of water Tjilbruke is the creation ancestor of the Kaurna nation of the Adelaide plains. Tjilbruke is the creator of seven freshwater springs that flow along our coastline, …

CSS Kaurna Places Wonggayerlo Malone & Telfer 2013

CSS Kaurna Places Wonggayerlo Malone & Telfer 2013


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