Aboriginal history of Western Australia - Wikipedia

Found at the aboriginal
rock shelter of Nawarla Gabarnmang
in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory,
is the oldest work of art ever found
on the continent of Australia.

Aboriginal History of Australia - Australian Continent

Most of the Australian people at time did not care of what was happening to the Aboriginal people.

Aboriginal History - Aboriginal Australian Art & Culture

In the metropolitan area of Sydney there are close to 5,000 Aboriginal sites. These sites are under threat every day from development, vandalism and natural erosion. The sites cannot be replaced and once they are destroyed, they are gone forever. The sites that are located in Lane Cove, North Sydney, Willoughby, Ku-ring-gai, and Northern Beaches Council areas are still in reasonable condition and hold an important part in our history. The Aboriginal people, who once occupied this area, left important evidence of their past and way of life before colonisation. All Aboriginal sites are significant to Aboriginal people because they are evidence of the past Aboriginal occupation of Australia and are valued as a link with their traditional culture. An emphasis is placed on the scientific investigation into stone technology for a great deal of insight is obtained by studying the manufacture techniques and animals associated with them that tells us about daily traditional life. Clues to what these sites were used for can also be surmised by talking with Elders from other parts of Australia where traditional knowledge has not been lost to the same degree.

Aboriginal Australia - Australian Continent

Aboriginal history has been handed down in ways of stories, dances, myths and legends. The dreaming is history. A history of how the world, which was featureless, was transformed into mountains, hills, valleys and waterways. The dreaming tells about how the stars were formed and how the sun came to be.

An indispensable guide for exploring Prehistoric Australia St Lucia, University of Queensland Press

How Aboriginal burning changed Australia's climate

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Aboriginal people and place Sydney Barani history Gadigal

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Australian Aboriginal Art and Storytelling | EDSITEment

Drawing from a rich history of Dreamtime storytelling, Aboriginal art beautifully displays the diverse nations that make up this great land. For more than forty thousand years, Aboriginal artists have been reinterpreting spoken stories into paintings, representing the Dreamtime tales of the world’s origins.

Aboriginal Australia today

Australian Aboriginal Culture and History - GoingRank

… from time immemorial, we believe as Aboriginal people, Australia has been here from the first sunrise, our people have been here along with the continent, with the first sunrise. We know our land was given to us by Baiami, we have a sacred duty to protect that land, we have a sacred duty to protect all the animals that we have an affiliation with through our totem system …1
Jenny Munro, Wiradjuri nation

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For Aboriginal people and, in this instance, the clans living on the northern shores of Sydney, nothing could have been further from the truth. What the early colonists never understood, and perhaps what many Australians are only now beginning to grasp, was that the Aboriginal lifestyle was based on total kinship with the natural environment. Wisdom and skills obtained over the millennia enabled them to use their environment to the maximum. For the Aboriginal people, acts such as killing animals for food or building a shelter were steeped in ritual and spirituality, and carried out in perfect balance with their surroundings.

Tasmania's Aboriginal history dates back 40,000 years.

Since the European invasion of Australia in 1788, the Aboriginal people have been oppressed into a world unnatural to their existence for thousands of years. First came the influx of the strangers who carried with them diseases, which decimated the immediate population of the Sydney tribes. It is estimated that over 750,000 Aboriginal people inhabited the island continent in 1788. The colonists were led to believe that the land was terra nullius (‘no one’s land’), which Lt James Cook declared Australia to be in 1770 during his voyage around the coast of Australia.