Mununja the Butterfly in traditional Ngunawal language

Mununja the Butterfly in traditional Ngunawal language

Traditional ochre quarry

A traditional ochre quarry site in Canberra's north will be the focus of a Landcare project run by the Aboriginal Landcarers of Ginninderra.

▶ 2 The First People of Canberra - the Ngunnawal - YouTube

In the excerpt from The Stakeout of Canberra, Richard meets descendants of the Ngunnawal Ngambri Aboriginal tribe.

Aboriginal Heritage Trail - ANU Campus Canberra

Aboriginal Heritage Trail - ANU Campus Canberra

Aboriginal Heritage of the Ginninderra Catchment 2013 - 2015 on Vimeo

Aboriginal Heritage of the Ginninderra Catchment 2013 - 2015 on Vimeo

Ngunnawal Welcome to Country - YouTube

Ngunnawal Welcome to Country

Aboriginal Connections to Tidbinbilla

Aboriginal Connections to Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and Birrigai School

Ngunnawal story of Emu in the Sky from Canberra Times

Ngunnawal story of Emu in the Sky from Canberra Times

▶ Stories from Ngunnawal Country - Jerrabomberra Wetlands - Life in the wetlands - YouTube

Stories from Ngunnawal Country - Jerrabomberra Wetlands - Life in the wetlands

▶ Stories from Ngunnawal Country - Black Mt - Bush resources - YouTube

At Black Mountain, the viewer gets an insight into some of the local customs, history and the use of bush resources by the Ngunnawal peoples.

Queanbeyan Ngambri Aboriginal history

Queanbeyan Ngambri Aboriginal history

Tim the Yowie Man: hidden heritage in Griffith

Tim the Yowie Man: ringing rocks and rolling stones

Aboriginal Heritage Walk - West Macgregor on Vimeo

Aboriginal Heritage Walk - West Macgregor on Vimeo

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