This website is part of an ongoing project by the Parkes Wiradjuri Language Group which aims to make the Wiradjuri Language more accessible to everyone and provide resources for teachers and anyone interested in the language.
Windradyne - First Australians. Very emotionally charged short documentary on Windradyne. Can be supplemented by the excellent "Making a difference: Windradyne" resource that can be found here: http://tle.tafevc.com.au/toolbox/items/a9c0505a-795b-6eee-b1e4-834fbcad6f40/1/viewscorm.jsp
Wiradjuri Mob on Facebook: a Facebook page created by Mark Saddler, a Wiradjuri man from Euabalong and Wagga Wagga, NSW. This page shares Wiradjuri culture and language as well as Mark's personal reflections and photography.
Evonne Goolagong Cawley: Australian sporting hero, proud Wiradjuri woman. Watch a video with her talking about achieving your dreams: http://www.skillsone.com.au/industry/179/advice/video/239/evonne-goolagong-cawley/
On Wiradjuri country, the settlement of Wellington was established in Many have lived in the community and brought with them new laws and ways of using the land—ways that irrevocably changed the lives of the Aboriginal people.