An overview of the aboriginal people

Under the new life expectation formula adopted by the ABS inIndigenous males' life expectation was estimated to be A life expectation inequality gap of approximately 18 years was identified, a reduction of approximately three years on estimates produced in under a now superseded formula. This is well below the The next estimate will be calculated over - using data from the Census

An overview of the aboriginal people

Aboriginal culture and history We work with Aboriginal communities to protect, share and celebrate Aboriginal cultural heritage in NSW. Aboriginal people have lived in NSW for more than 40, years.

We are responsible for working with Aboriginal communities to value and protect all aspects of Aboriginal cultural heritage. Everything in the landscape can have special meaning for Aboriginal people. Aboriginal heritage is inseparable from the natural environment - from individual plants and animals to ecosystems.

The land and waterways are associated with dreaming stories and cultural learning that links Aboriginal people with who they are and where they belong.


Search Aboriginal places using the NSW Heritage Inventory Land management Three land management information guides outline the range and type of government programs available to assist Aboriginal groups access and use public lands, and assist Aboriginal and other landholders manage land access and natural resources.

Find out how we regulate Aboriginal cultural heritage. Under joint management arrangementsOEH and local Aboriginal people share responsibility for the management of parks and reserves.

Protecting Aboriginal heritage means far more than looking after sites in parks or artefacts in museums. Aboriginal people access land to renew cultural learning.

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And they have to be involved and consulted in the conservation of the natural environment. Working to Protect Aboriginal Culture and Heritage is a guide illustrating the ways OEH commits to the 'Aboriginal people, the environment and conservation principles' of spirituality and connection, cultural resource use, wellbeing, caring for Country and doing business with Aboriginal people.

Aboriginal Places can be declared by the Minister for Environment to protect areas and sites that are important to Aboriginal communities. Was this page helpful?We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the First Nations Peoples of NSW and pay our respects to Elders past, present, and future.

We acknowledge the ongoing connection Aboriginal people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal people as the original custodians of this land. Overview: Struggling to Escape a Legacy of Oppression. Aboriginal people have a long and proud history that includes rich cultural and spiritual traditions.

Karajarri. The People and their Traditional Country.

An overview of the aboriginal people

Karajarri country is located in the area around Bidyadanga Community, which used to be called La Grange Mission, south-east of the town of Broome along the coastal strip between the ocean and the Great Sandy Desert.

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Night Fire Nightfire is Tjapukai’s evening experience meeting the Bama, the Indigenous rainforest people, who paint your face to link you to their traditional land and take you on a mesmerising journey with the haunting sounds of the didgeridoo. Follow the Tjapukai warriors to a corroboree celebrating Aboriginal Dreamtime stories and join the Rainbow Serpent circle to learn traditional.

Overview of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health status Core funding is provided by the Australian overnment Department of Health.

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet (, people, 33% of the total Aboriginal .