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Updated: 5/21/2020
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  • hey Emma what are aboriginals referred to
  • kookie is a name for aborignals that was given to them because of where they lived or came from that area. so south Australia is call kookie Tasmania is Palwa and there are many more
  • hey spud what tribe inhibited melbourne
  • The Wurundjeri are an Aboriginal Australian nation of the Woiwurrung language group, in the Kulin alliance. They occupied the Birrarung (Yarra River) Valley before British colonisation of the area, around the present location of Melbourne.
  • hi im a baby and I'm going to tell you about where in Victoria you can gain an understanding of aboriaborignals
  • Discover Aboriginal Victoria on one of the Koorie Heritage Trust’s Aboriginal Walking Tours in the heart of Melbourne. The tours offer an insight into the rich and complex history of the world’s oldest continuous living culture. The tour takes visitors through Federation Square and down to the Birrarung Wilam Aboriginal art installations where they will learn the history of Birrarung
  • and I have super powers
  • hey dog The seasonal menu at Charcoal Lane thoughtfully presents a variety of Australian vegetables, herbs and produce in ways you’d never dreamed of. It’s a way of sharing the story of the Australian land and environment. Food and people come together in joyful ways at Charcoal Lane, and that’s what it’s all about really. The restaurant strives to create life-changing experiences
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  • remember the good old days with the naidoc week
  • oh yes NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life. The week is a great opportunity to participate in a range of activities and to support your local Aboriginal
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