Aboriginal Dreamtime Story, by Percy Trezise and Dick Roughsey, narrated by Brian Syron, artwork by Kristine Holm, film adaptation by Paul R Gagne, book published by Collins, 1978, film produced by Weston Woods.

Aboriginal Dreamtime Story, by Percy Trezise and Dick Roughsey, narrated by Brian Syron, artwork by Kristine Holm, film adaptation by Paul R Gagne, book published by Collins, 1978, film produced by Weston Woods.

What makes a place special? Dreamtime: dreaming stories contain rich explanations of land formations, animal behaviour and plant remedies and pass on important knowledge, cultural values and belief systems.

What makes a place special? Dreamtime: dreaming stories contain rich explanations of land formations, animal behaviour and plant remedies and pass on important knowledge, cultural values and belief systems.

Australia - Dreamtime Stories for Kids - FREE Presentations in PowerPoint format, Free Interactives and Games

Australia - Dreamtime Stories for Kids - FREE Presentations in PowerPoint format, Free Interactives and Games

Do you know where you live? – Aboriginal Australia Map

Do you know where you live? – Aboriginal Australia Map

Australian Aboriginals's Photo from September aboriginal map.Australian Aboriginal Map showing various Tribal areas Check out our photo gallery.

Top 10 indigenous authored children's books

Top Ten Indigenous-authored Children’s Books

By Anne Kerr. Sorry Sorry could be a first step of informing these young children of a significant aspect of Australian history, with age appropriate illustrations and dialogue. This book could also be an introduction to understanding the journey of reconciliation with Australia’s First Peoples.

By Anne Kerr. Sorry Sorry could be a first step of informing these young children of a significant aspect of Australian history, with age appropriate illustrations and dialogue. This book could also be an introduction to understanding the journey of reconciliation with Australia’s First Peoples.

Bunjil. He is the eagle (or eaglehawk) a creator deity, culture hero and ancestral being of the Kulin nation.

Bunjil. He is the eagle (or eaglehawk) a creator deity, culture hero and ancestral being of the Kulin nation.

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