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In Australian Aboriginal mythology (specifically: Kamilaroi), Birrahgnooloo is a Goddess of Fertility who would send floods if properly asked. Some spell her name as 'Birra-ngulu', as the vowels are short.    She is one of two wives of Baiame, with whom she is the mother of Daramulum.

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In Australian Aboriginal mythology (specifically: Kamilaroi), Birrahgnooloo is a Goddess of Fertility who would send floods if properly asked. Some spell her name as 'Birra-ngulu', as the vowels are short. She is one of two wives of Baiame, with whom she is the mother of Daramulum.

In Australian Aboriginal mythology Baiame (Baayami or Baayama) was the Creator God and Sky Father in the dreaming of several language groups (e.g. Kamilaroi, Eora, Darkinjung, and Wiradjuri), of Indigenous Australians of South-East Australia.

In Australian Aboriginal mythology Baiame (Baayami or Baayama) was the Creator God and Sky Father in the dreaming of several language groups (e.g. Kamilaroi, Eora, Darkinjung, and Wiradjuri), of Indigenous Australians of South-East Australia.

Textile cloth from the Wollumbin Festival, Aus  The Indij-N-Arts artists are from the Bundjalun and Kamilaroi tribal areas of New South Wales. Their art is influenced by their peoples connection to the land, ocean and rivers where they live.

Textile cloth from the Wollumbin Festival, Aus The Indij-N-Arts artists are from the Bundjalun and Kamilaroi tribal areas of New South Wales. Their art is influenced by their peoples connection to the land, ocean and rivers where they live.

CLICK for dictionary; MAP: Kamilaroi region,  northern NSW, Australia: 4KB

CLICK for dictionary; MAP: Kamilaroi region, northern NSW, Australia: 4KB

Kamilaroi Stories. Touchscreen installation of stories by local Kamilaroi elders

Kamilaroi Stories. Touchscreen installation of stories by local Kamilaroi elders

Kamilaroi and Kurnai: group-marriage and relationship, « Library User Group

Kamilaroi and Kurnai: group-marriage and relationship, « Library User Group

Gin's Leap- This striking rock face, towering over the Kamilaroi Highway outside Boggabri, has been known by many names over the years. Local Aboriginals knew it as “Cooloobindi”, whilst in the era when Sir Thomas Mitchell was exploring the Namoi Valley it was referred to as “Bullaballakit”. In Cobb and Co coach days it was known as “The Rock” and now it goes by, “Gin’s Leap”.

Gin's Leap- This striking rock face, towering over the Kamilaroi Highway outside Boggabri, has been known by many names over the years. Local Aboriginals knew it as “Cooloobindi”, whilst in the era when Sir Thomas Mitchell was exploring the Namoi Valley it was referred to as “Bullaballakit”. In Cobb and Co coach days it was known as “The Rock” and now it goes by, “Gin’s Leap”.

77 Stunning Photos Of Australian Places And Faces.  A Kamilaroi Corroboree in the electorate of New England.

77 Stunning Photos Of Australian Places And Faces

77 Stunning Photos Of Australian Places And Faces. A Kamilaroi Corroboree in the electorate of New England.

Jocelyn's Journey...In her journey Jocelyn is confronted by her own latent racism, judgemental attitudes and selfishness which she struggles to deal with. Learning that Jack was a ‘stolen child,’ she comes face-to-face with the brutal realities of Australia’s past treatment of its indigenous people and the legacy of suffering they still endure. Flashbacks take the reader into Australian pioneer, and Kamilaroi history. * $23.00 - Item No: 139888

Jocelyn's Journey...In her journey Jocelyn is confronted by her own latent racism, judgemental attitudes and selfishness which she struggles to deal with. Learning that Jack was a ‘stolen child,’ she comes face-to-face with the brutal realities of Australia’s past treatment of its indigenous people and the legacy of suffering they still endure. Flashbacks take the reader into Australian pioneer, and Kamilaroi history. * $23.00 - Item No: 139888

Indigenous Employment

Indigenous Employment