Updated: 11/5/2018
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  • Traditional Dancing is a core structure in Aboriginal tradition. Traditional dancing can also sometimes be called Joonba or Wangka, From the old times even to modern day dancing is still used by Aboriginal tribes for ritual and other ways to express yourself.
  • Dancing
  • Travelling
  • Original Aboriginal people travelled by canoes or on foot, but today Aboriginal people are free to travel just like everyone else. There canoes were mainly made from basic nature materials, whereas nowadays they would be made from much stronger materials such as steel and metal.
  • Boomerangs were the primary Aboriginal weapon for hunting and they were mainly used for going after flocks of birds. The cross boomerang were used for hunting flocks of birds, while the club boomerang was used to deliver the final blow to a large animal such as a kangaroo, The sword was useful for clearing grass for in tribal warfare.
  • Weapons
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