Stuff Everyone Should Know About Australia

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Stuff Everyone Should Know About Australia

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July 2024
09:00
Living on Warrane when the First Fleet pulled in, she was one of Australia's first politicians, activists and fighters for women's rights.
07:00
In 1852, Wiradjuri men Yarri and Jacky Jacky entered gushing Murrumbidgee floodwaters to save the lives of Gundagai’s residents in what remains Australia’s deadliest flood. This is the incredible story of two heroes and a statue all Australians can be proud of
07:00
We might not realise it, but many Australian words have Aboriginal origins. How many Aboriginal languages were spoken pre-colonisation? And how many are spoken now? Meet the language warriors reviving the lost lingos of Australia
08:00
Were Australia’s First Nations people the first slow cookers? Ancient earth ovens found along waterways uncover the oldest continuous culinary culture, while Dja Dja Wurrung man Ron Kerr clues us in on what to do when you find one on your property
07:00
What if creatures described in traditional Aboriginal stories turned out to be more than myth? Archaeologist Jacinta Koolmatrie and her mum Carolynanha share two Adnyamathanha stories, as well as evidence these tales contain plenty of fact
08:00
Take a closer look at some of the amazing First Nations cultural sites that can be found in our backyards and learn about First Nations sustainability practices
08:00
When it comes to the Dreaming, most non-Indigenous Australians probably think of the Rainbow Serpent. But the Dreaming is a beautiful belief system, a continuous, encompassing, complete guide to life and living.
11:00
Just a few years ago, archaeologists uncovered grinding stones fragments more than 30, 000-years-old. In these fragments starch was found, leading many to believe that Aboriginal people are very likely the world’s first bread makers.
10:00
There's a lot more to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art than dots, and there's more to the dots than we know.
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