Ngayuku Ngura ~ Samuel Miller

Samuel Miller - 'Ngayuku Ngura' - Outstation Gallery - Aboriginal Art from Art Centres

Finger Limes (Australian Native Limes) How amazing do these look, would love to find some in south aus.

Finger Limes, such a pretty looking fruit.

Australian Native Ginger - mild tasting and all parts of plant are edible.

Australian Native Ginger - mild tasting and all parts of plant are edible. Key plants, fruits and nuts used by the Aboriginals

Australian Bush Foods : The Spice Girls – Teas, Curries, Herbs and Spices, Quality Variety Service

Tommy Mitchell, Wakalpuka 762 x 1016mm

Tommy Mitchell / Wakalpuka 762 x

Craig Ruddy portrait of David Gulpilil, this portrait won the Archibald Prize in 2004.

Craig Ruddy: David Gulpilil, two worlds :: Archibald Prize 2004 :: :: Art Gallery NSW

Understanding Bush Foods - ABC Splash Video Clip - Do you know of any Australian bush foods? Have you tasted any? Can you think of some methods that Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islander people may use to obtain and prepare traditional bush food?

Did you know that you can mix the nectar from some native flowers with water to make a sweet drink? Explore the Royal Botanic Gardens of Syd.

IQ2 Racism Debate: Stan Grant, Australia Day 2016

Stan Grant's extremely powerful speech on racism and the Australian dream as part of debate goes viral - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

How to grow bush tucker plants by Trevor Cochrane. There's a strong movement among native-plant lovers to grow species that are traditional sources of food among Australian Aboriginals.

Why native edibles make a great addition to the vegie patch.

Martin Sharp: The Thousand Dollar Bill.Martin Sharp’s subject is acclaimed Aboriginal actor David Gulpilil.   A Yolgnu man, Gulpilil lives a traditional lifestyle in North East Arnhem Land when he is not acting. He was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia in 1987 and an Australian Centenary Medal in 2001.

Archibald Prize Archibald 2012 finalist: The thousand dollar bill by Martin Sharp