Before colonisation, culturally safe birthing was an uninterrupted practice for First Nations families for over 80,000 years.
Country goes beyond the physical, and includes things that cannot be seen or touched, like relationships and knowledge.
Many words commonly used in Australia are from First Nations languages or have been derived from them, including "koala".
The songs, dances and stories of Yolngu culture live in the Yolngu people, and in the land that has been their home for tens of thousands of years.
The Uluru Statement from the Heart was created from the collective experiences of many First Nations people from across the continent.
On 23 August 1966, the Gurindji people of the Northern Territory made history with the Wave Hill Walk-Off.
The flag is an important symbol of unity and identity for Torres Strait Islander peoples.
First Nations people see time not as a twelve hour circle with arms, but rather a story that is being written and rewritten every hour of everyday.
Truth-telling involves having honest conversations about this continent’s history.