Specialising in traditional Aboriginal arts and crafts the Yolngu of NE Arnhem Land, including bark paintings, baskets, carvings, mandapul (didjeridoo) and prints. //www.yirrkala.com
Dhimurru is an incorporated Aboriginal organisation established by Yolngu land-owners in Northeast Arnhem Land, Australia. Dhimuru address the natural and cultural management priorities with particular emphasis on designated recreation areas. //www.dhimurru.com.au
The Garma Festival is a celebration of the Yolngu cultural inheritance. The Garma ceremony is aimed at sharing knowledge and culture, and opening people’s hearts to the message of the land at Gulkula. //www.yyf.com.au
Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu
Blind from birth, Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu is a powerhouse of musical creativity. A former member of Yothu Yindi, now with Saltwater Band, Gurrumuls solo excursions highlight his amazing talent as a singer, songwriter and musician. //www.gurrumul.com/
NLC Northern Land Council
Representing Aboriginal people across the Top End of Australias Northern Territory. The most important responsibilities of the NLC are to consult with traditional landowners and other Yolngu with an interest in the land. //www.nlc.org.au/
This is where we as Aboriginal people can learn and share with one another and you, our languages, our methods for preserving our languages and our ways of disseminating our languages. //www.ourlanguages.net.au
Skinny Fish Music
Traditional and Contemporary Indigenous Australian music. Sell a lot of Yolngu and Top End music. //www.skinnyfishmusic.com.au/
Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism Aboriginal Corporation
Lirrwi Yolngu Tourism Aboriginal Corporation represents a number of Aboriginal tourism operators in the East Arnhem Region of Australia's Northern Territory.
Bawaka Cultural Experiences
Bawaka Cultural Experiences is a Yolngu Homeland based tourism business located in East Arnhem region of the Northern Territory. //www.bawaka.com.au/
Nyinykay Dha Wuba is a cultural immersion experience located at Nyinykay Homeland in North East Arnhem Land. //www.nyinyikay.com
Creative Spirits presents articles about all aspects of Aboriginal culture (health, sport, arts, etc.) discussing contemporary topics like Stolen Generations, massacres, life expectancy, history timeline and much more. It lists over 180 Aboriginal movies, books about Aboriginal culture, many Indigenous musicians and their discographies, and more resources to browse. //www.CreativeSpirits.info
Sharing Culture would like to thank and acknowledge School Fonts for use of the font used in the books and dictionary of Sharing Culture Online. //www.schoolfonts.com.au/
Gracie Productions provide puppetry consultancies, performances, community education, training and resources to address the many different issues that impact on children and their families. Gracie Productions entertain and educate audiences of all ages through a playful approach to serious issues. //gracieproductions.com.au
Yarramundi Kids are Darug Mob from Sydney, with their own TV Show on NITV - yarramundikids.tv The Yarramundi Kids educate children about the importance of family and friends, eating healthy food and caring for our environment by incorporating avatars, puppets, location stories, animation and Indigenous language segments in a fun and interactive way that will entertain the entire family. //gracieproductions.com.au/yarramundikids/index.html
A documentary film about the plight of Yolngu People following the Intervention. Very Highly recommended by Sharing Culture!! - "Hidden from the eyes of the world, Australia’s First Peoples are fighting for freedom. Our Generation is their call to the nation, a fresh and unflinching look at unresolved issues, driven by the Yolngu of Northeast Arnhem Land." //www.ourgeneration.org.au/
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Centre for Indigenous Family History Studies
This web site has been created to provide a resource for those people researching their Aboriginal heritage. The material on this site has been extracted from publicly available records in various state and federal archives throughout Australia. //www.cifhs.com/default.html