Who are Ngunnawal People?
Ngunnawal people are the direct descendants of the original custodians of the area in the vicinity of present day Goulburn, Yass, and Canberra. ‘Ngunnawal’ (also spelled Ngunawal) means ‘we’, ‘the people’, or ‘us’.
Many Ngunnawal people maintain a close connection to their traditional land and are actively involved in protecting, preserving and sharing their culture.
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WHERE DO I LIVE?
An Introduction to Local Indigenous People, History and Culture.
Ngunnawal People of the Canberra Region.
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All Australians, Indigenous and non-Indigenous, are geographically connected by the land we live on. Understanding the cultural significance of the land you live on and the history that’s occurred there is one of the first steps you can take to end the disconnect between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians and contribute to a better shared future.
The ‘Where Do I Live?’ resources are designed to help you do this, bringing together information about the Indigenous custodians, culture, language and history of the local area where you live.
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The information presented in the ‘Where Do I Live?’ resources has been collated from publicly available online and published sources. Where available, we’ve sourced this content directly from materials published by members of the relevant Indigenous people group. We’ve provided references where possible, however, we recognise the information contained in the ‘Where Do I Live?’ resources may be contested and it doesn’t claim to be definitive.
For further information about Indigenous language groups, including specific land boundaries or cultural information, we recommend contacting your local Registered Aboriginal Party, visiting a local cultural centre or contacting your local council or state/territory department of Aboriginal affairs.
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