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View juzyy's Instagram Mungo National Park, New South Wales, Australia.
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This lunar landscape is not only visually beautiful. It’s also a very meaningful place in matter of archeology and history. This is where the oldest human remains have been found in Australia (~ 42.000 year old). Needless to say how important these remains are to Aboriginal nation.
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One adult male and one adult female were revealed from the researches led by the geologist Jim Bowler between 1967 and 1974. The remains were labelled Lake Mungo I and Lake Mungo III before they became known as Mungo Lady and Mungo Man.
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The management of the remains of ancestors is a big issue to Aboriginal people and their belief. Mungo Lady was brought back to her traditional owners in 1992 but Mungo Man was still kept at the Australian National University in Canberra until recently. Indeed, the restitution of Mungo Man to Aboriginal people happened a few days ago!
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In The Guardian newspaper: « A coach load of traditional owners will follow the remains on a three-day trip through Wagga Wagga and across the Hay Plains to Balranald and on to Lake Mungo where on Friday they will hold a public ceremony. Then a select group of traditional owners will take the remains to an undisclosed location for a private burial. » 1653188491114164986_196078765

Mungo National Park, New South Wales, Australia. • This lunar landscape is not only visually beautiful. It’s also a very meaningful place in matter of archeology and history. This is where the oldest human remains have been found in Australia (~ 42.000 year old). Needless to say how important these remains are to Aboriginal nation. • One adult male and one adult female were revealed from the researches led by the geologist Jim Bowler between 1967 and 1974. The remains were labelled Lake Mungo I and Lake Mungo III before they became known as Mungo Lady and Mungo Man. • The management of the remains of ancestors is a big issue to Aboriginal people and their belief. Mungo Lady was brought back to her traditional owners in 1992 but Mungo Man was still kept at the Australian National University in Canberra until recently. Indeed, the restitution of Mungo Man to Aboriginal people happened a few days ago! • In The Guardian newspaper: « A coach load of traditional owners will follow the remains on a three-day trip through Wagga Wagga and across the Hay Plains to Balranald and on to Lake Mungo where on Friday they will hold a public ceremony. Then a select group of traditional owners will take the remains to an undisclosed location for a private burial. »

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View gusschiavonphoto's Instagram The team ended up opening the Blue Dragon river: a pleasant descent for experienced canyoneers, including a 70m waterfall and some epic jumps! Here's Jasmine doing the honours in one of the rappels.

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The team ended up opening the Blue Dragon river: a pleasant descent for experienced canyoneers, including a 70m waterfall and some epic jumps! Here's Jasmine doing the honours in one of the rappels. #taiwan #wutai #canyoningexpedition #giantbacon #localculture #respect #aboriginalculture #hospitality #canyoning #canyoneering #barranquismo #torrentismo #adventure #discovertaiwan #expeditions #outdoorlife #weareexplorers #extremesports #waterfalls #adventure #edelrid #vaderetro #mochizuki #finetrack #rodcle #taitradios #watershedbags #adidas #terrex

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View lovethemarket's Instagram Stand out with this gorgeous naturally bush dyed silk scarf!
Hand dyed by our sister Eva, who is part of the Nargoodah Family, she uses leaves, bark and rusted metals to create distinctive and luxurious colours and patterns.

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Stand out with this gorgeous naturally bush dyed silk scarf! Hand dyed by our sister Eva, who is part of the Nargoodah Family, she uses leaves, bark and rusted metals to create distinctive and luxurious colours and patterns. Shop Scarf via ‘accessories’ LINK IN BIO

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View aboriginalartuk's Instagram NGUPULYA PUMANI
Maku inmaku pakani, The Witchetty Grub Songline. (182x121cm) 
Ngupulya paintings depict Maku Tjukurpa, a song line from the Mimili area, and she translates this story by using over-dotting - creating a pulsating rhythm, which floats above a landscape of flowing lines and layering. She uses a soft palette restricted in colours, and creates a canvas over which the eye constantly moves, unable to focus on a single brush or gesture. 
The Witchetty grub songline is a  significant song line from the Mimili, in which the women go to the water hole on top of the rocks at Antara, clean out the rock hole and wait for the rain to come. When the waterhole was full of water they would tap on the waters surface with a stick, then sing and dance. They would then dig under the Maku (witchetty bush) and would find Maku tjuta, meaning enough  Maku (food) for everyone.
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NGUPULYA PUMANI Maku inmaku pakani, The Witchetty Grub Songline. (182x121cm) Ngupulya paintings depict Maku Tjukurpa, a song line from the Mimili area, and she translates this story by using over-dotting - creating a pulsating rhythm, which floats above a landscape of flowing lines and layering. She uses a soft palette restricted in colours, and creates a canvas over which the eye constantly moves, unable to focus on a single brush or gesture. The Witchetty grub songline is a significant song line from the Mimili, in which the women go to the water hole on top of the rocks at Antara, clean out the rock hole and wait for the rain to come. When the waterhole was full of water they would tap on the waters surface with a stick, then sing and dance. They would then dig under the Maku (witchetty bush) and would find Maku tjuta, meaning enough Maku (food) for everyone. . . . . . . . . #aboriginal #abstract #indigenous #aboriginalart #indigenousart #art #ngupulyapumani #australia #australianart #witchetygrub #witchetygrubs #songlines #coloursofaustralia #aboriginalartuk #aboriginalculture

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View urbanindigenous's Instagram Love it that the good spirits always take care of us ... #aboriginalculture 
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Love it that the good spirits always take care of us ... #aboriginalculture #urbanindigenous #goodspirits

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View traditional_health_practices's Instagram Australian native foods a gold mine of glorious tastes, colours, flavours and medicines. I love this so much. Amazing platter of native Australian foods made by @somethingwildaus for @warndu. 
I remember when I first moved to Australia one of my friends told me an Australian restaurant had opened up near her place in London, and asked me what the country’s national food was like. I jokingly suggested croc burgers but had no idea really. And that wasn’t through any fault of mine, it’s hard to get to know the native food of this land because it’s not very widely celebrated. Out of 50,000 Australian native plant varieties there is only one used around the world : the macadamia nut. And even here in Australia only 10 of those plant varieties are legally used as foods. 
However this is changing yayyy.... companies like @somethingwildaus And @warndu Are brining these amazing foods to the market - offering us a chance to learn about them and use them in our daily cooking. 
These foods are incredibly potent which suggests that their medicinal properties are very high.

It should go without saying that these foods and medicines are sacred to the aboriginal people’s of this land, and that we also use the foods and knowledge that they are able to share with us with great respect and awe. #traditionalhealthpractices #wildfood #wildfoodlove #love #nativefood #australia #somethingwild #spiritualeating #natureasmedicine #aboriginal #aboriginalculture #yum 1652552949869690158_4769542423

Australian native foods a gold mine of glorious tastes, colours, flavours and medicines. I love this so much. Amazing platter of native Australian foods made by @somethingwildaus for @warndu. I remember when I first moved to Australia one of my friends told me an Australian restaurant had opened up near her place in London, and asked me what the country’s national food was like. I jokingly suggested croc burgers but had no idea really. And that wasn’t through any fault of mine, it’s hard to get to know the native food of this land because it’s not very widely celebrated. Out of 50,000 Australian native plant varieties there is only one used around the world : the macadamia nut. And even here in Australia only 10 of those plant varieties are legally used as foods. However this is changing yayyy.... companies like @somethingwildaus And @warndu Are brining these amazing foods to the market - offering us a chance to learn about them and use them in our daily cooking. These foods are incredibly potent which suggests that their medicinal properties are very high. It should go without saying that these foods and medicines are sacred to the aboriginal people’s of this land, and that we also use the foods and knowledge that they are able to share with us with great respect and awe. #traditionalhealthpractices #wildfood #wildfoodlove #love #nativefood #australia #somethingwild #spiritualeating #natureasmedicine #aboriginal #aboriginalculture #yum

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View raven_reads's Instagram Does walking into the library without a clear book plan feel a little overwhelming? Could you use a little help picking your next book? Check out our Read 4 Reconciliation book list https://goo.gl/3T9r1t for some great options to pick up. There's something for everyone on the list!⠀
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Does walking into the library without a clear book plan feel a little overwhelming? Could you use a little help picking your next book? Check out our Read 4 Reconciliation book list https://goo.gl/3T9r1t for some great options to pick up. There's something for everyone on the list!⠀ ⠀ #ravenreads #subscriptionbox #subscriptionboxes #readerbox #bookbox #canadiansubscriptionbox⠀ #indigenousbooks #aboriginalauthors #indigenousreads #canlit #readthenorth #canadareads #readersofinstagram #abookaday #nativeauthors #indigenous #bc #canada #culture #reconciliation #canada150 #aboriginal #trc #nativeawesome #aboriginalartists #aboriginalart #aboriginalculture

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View raisedbygonks's Instagram Lovely book! ❤
 In my #etsy shop now. 
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Lovely book! ❤ In my #etsyshop now. #dreamtime #aboriginalculture #australia #vintagechildrensbooks #raisedbygonks

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View raven_reads's Instagram We're super happy @fitzzzpatrick is joining the Read 4 Reconciliation challenge! Great pick for starting out too.⠀
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Decided to take the @raven_reads #read4reconciliation challenge. Starting off with The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America by Thomas King. ⠀
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We're super happy @fitzzzpatrick is joining the Read 4 Reconciliation challenge! Great pick for starting out too.⠀ -----⠀ Repost from Instagram⠀ -----⠀ Decided to take the @raven_reads #read4reconciliationchallenge. Starting off with The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America by Thomas King. ⠀ -----⠀ ⠀ #ravenreads #subscriptionbox #subscriptionboxes #readerbox #bookbox #canadiansubscriptionbox⠀ #indigenousbooks #aboriginalauthors #indigenousreads #canlit #readthenorth #canadareads #readersofinstagram #abookaday #nativeauthors #indigenous #bc #canada #culture #reconciliation #canada150 #aboriginal #trc #nativeawesome #aboriginalartists #aboriginalart #aboriginalculture

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View gusschiavonphoto's Instagram Malishan wasn't the only canyon we explored during the TCE 2016; the team also headed to the aboriginal Wutai region in Taiwan and discovered some amazing routes and experienced the amazing hospitality of the local villagers; amazing food and beautiful scenery! This is Andrew Humphreys in a small tributary river which we scouted on the first day in Wutai.

#Taiwan #Wutai #Canyoningexpedition #giantbacon #localculture #respect #aboriginalculture #hospitality #canyoning #canyoneering #barranquismo #torrentismo #adventure #discovertaiwan #expeditions #outdoorlife #weareexplorers #extremesports #Edelrid #Vaderetro #Mochizuki #Finetrack #Rodcle #TaitRadios #WatershedBags #Adidas #Terrex #waterfalls #rappelling #islandlife 1652257186569418768_1477998853

Malishan wasn't the only canyon we explored during the TCE 2016; the team also headed to the aboriginal Wutai region in Taiwan and discovered some amazing routes and experienced the amazing hospitality of the local villagers; amazing food and beautiful scenery! This is Andrew Humphreys in a small tributary river which we scouted on the first day in Wutai. #taiwan #wutai #canyoningexpedition #giantbacon #localculture #respect #aboriginalculture #hospitality #canyoning #canyoneering #barranquismo #torrentismo #adventure #discovertaiwan #expeditions #outdoorlife #weareexplorers #extremesports #edelrid #vaderetro #mochizuki #finetrack #rodcle #taitradios #watershedbags #adidas #terrex #waterfalls #rappelling #islandlife

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View aboriginalartuk's Instagram Artist: Lorna Ward Napanangka.
Lorna was born at Papunya around 1961 and is the daughter of famous artist Timmy Payangka Tjapangati, one of the first generation artists of the Desert Aboriginal Art movement. 
Lorna began painting at Kintore in 1996 and she paints the traditional ceremonial site of Marrapinti. Whilst there the  women of the Tingari tribe made nose bones, also known as Marrapinti.

The nose bone ceremony is an important Aboriginal rite that marks a boys transition to manhood. The ritual begins with painting of sacred symbols on the body, followed by piercing the septum. The nose is pierced with the bone of an animal or bird associated with a tribe's dreamtime story and the dreamtime creator of a particular sacred site.

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Artist: Lorna Ward Napanangka. Lorna was born at Papunya around 1961 and is the daughter of famous artist Timmy Payangka Tjapangati, one of the first generation artists of the Desert Aboriginal Art movement. Lorna began painting at Kintore in 1996 and she paints the traditional ceremonial site of Marrapinti. Whilst there the women of the Tingari tribe made nose bones, also known as Marrapinti. The nose bone ceremony is an important Aboriginal rite that marks a boys transition to manhood. The ritual begins with painting of sacred symbols on the body, followed by piercing the septum. The nose is pierced with the bone of an animal or bird associated with a tribe's dreamtime story and the dreamtime creator of a particular sacred site. #aboriginalart #indigenousartcode https://www.aboriginalartuk.com/product-page/lorna-ward-napanangka . . . . . . . #indigenous #indigenousart #aboriginalartuk #aboriginal #australia #australianart #art #painting #desert #papunya #monochrome #aboriginalculture #nosebone

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View ngurrbulbaadhinclothing's Instagram Dream big. Grind till your eyes fall out of your head  1652095449592932065_6216455252

Dream big. Grind till your eyes fall out of your head

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