Following are some selected articles by people of Aboriginal decent or by researchers, published at and republished here with permission.

  • Aboriginal Art – One of the Oldest Art Forms in the World Becoming Commercial – By Michiel Van Kets 2009
    Without a doubt, Australian Aboriginal Art is a form of art that has had a huge impact around the world. Robert Hughes is a prominent art critic and long time writer for Time Magazine and describes Aboriginal Art as the ‘last great art movement’.
  • Aboriginal Artist – The Modern Day Aboriginal Artist – By Malcom Gruca 2012
    Australian Aboriginal paintings will always be considered as a brilliant type of modern art. It is an important section of the oldest cultural traditions in the world.
  • Aboriginal Culture In Australia – Experience Aboriginal Culture in Australia – By Jennifer Schillington 2009
    As part of your trip to Australia, you must make sure you experience some Aboriginal Culture.
  • Aboriginal Identity – A Story About Aboriginal Identity – By Richard Dacker 2010
    My Aboriginal Identity. My story begins as a descendant of the original inhabitants of Australia; I am Aboriginal, with a mixture of English and Dutch heritage.
  • Australian Aboriginal Art – Australian Aboriginal Art – Hiding Deep Sacred Mysteries – By Bronwyn Ferguson 2011
    Aboriginal art, in particular the dot painting style, has become associated closely with Australian art world wide, and is a popular addition to Australian art galleries and many private collections.
  • Australian Aboriginal Culture – Defining Australia: Australian Aboriginal Culture – By Wiputri Setiawan 2017
    As we know there are many countries with many kind of cultures inside it. Culture is the characteristics and knowledge of a particular group of people involve religion, social habits, music, arts and the others.
  • Australia’s Wildlife: Why Is It So Special? – By Mike Hussy Andy 2012
    There are a number of reasons why Australia’s wildlife stands out compared to wildlife on other continents. First and foremost, Australia’s wildlife lives in a mega diverse continent.
  • Boomarangs – Returning Boomerangs – Boomerang Training Trio – 3 Wing Boomerangs – By Kent Saint John 2010
    Have you seen those amazing 3-winged boomerangs flying over the crowd at gun shows, sportsman’s shows, festivals, home and garden shows, etc. and they come back to the thrower every time?
  • Demolishing the Myths – Aboriginal Tribes’ Development – Demolishing The Myths – By Wendy Ittensohn 2014
    The aboriginal or First Nations peoples of Australia have long been surrounded by myth and prejudice.
  • Didgeridoos – Didgeridoos are one of the oldest musical instruments known to man. – By Michael S Moriarty 2012
    Didgeridoos are made from a naturally hollowed out, (by native ants), trunk of a young tree or the bran
  • First Settlers – Australian Aborigines – The First Settlers – By Michael Russell 2006
    The literal translation of the word “Aborigine” is “the people who were here from the beginning”. A second translation, not as literal, is “native”. While there are no early written records of their history, archaeologists have found pictorials on rock all over Australia and the Aborigines themselves have handed down oral history for many generations.
  • History of Australia – The History of Australia – By Sunil Tanna 2007
    The first humans are believed to have arrived in Australia over 40,000 years ago. These people arrived via land-bridges and/or sea crossings from Southeast Asia, and became the indigenous people known as “aborigines”.
  • How Did They – How Did The Australian Aborigine Get To Australia? – By John Prytz 2013
    What would become the Australian Aborigines* arrived in Australia a minimum of 40,000 years ago, perhaps as long ago as 60,000 years ago. To get to Australia, from mankind’s (as in Homo sapiens) birthplace, eastern Africa, requires getting one’s feet wet.
  • Kangaroos How Well Do You Know the Kangaroos? By Emily Diaz 2014
    It is a well known fact that the unofficial symbol of Australia is the Kangaroo. They are mostly located in the wilds of Tasmania and other surroundings of Australia.
  • Kunwinjku Painters – Kunwinjku Painters – Dream Time Image Custodians – By Ian S. Newnham 2009
    How to get full value from your visit to Kakadu. Some years ago when I first went to Kakadu an acquaintance pointed out an old indigenous man in a baseball cap and in a hushed voice whispered to me ‘He is a painter’.
  • Platypus – Facts About This Amazing Creature! By David J R 2009
    Platypus is one of the most interesting creatures on Earth. Its bizarre appearance and some unique features attract me towards it. Lets see how it is different from other creatures.
  • Scenic Desert Royalty – Kings Canyon – Scenic Desert Royalty – By Gavin Wyatt 2008
    The harsh desert landscapes of the ‘red centre’ of Australia are as unforgiving and brutal as they are beautiful. Stretching as far as the eye can see are miles and miles of sunbaked earth,
  • 4 Of the Most Interesting Snakes of Australia – By Stephen Ayer 2012
    Australia is a great place for reptile lovers. It has a high population of snakes, and though many are not deadly to humans, a good number are. Oddly enough, though, very few snake related deaths are reported each year there. If you go hiking, you might see some of these interesting snakes. Just remember to look and not touch.
  • Spiritual Lessons – What Spiritual Lessons Can We Learn From Australian Aborigine Culture? – By Stephen Russell-Lacy 2012
    It has been suggested that the Australian Aborigine is primitive and uneducated; an animist who uses ritual to win the favour of the spirits controlling food, shelter, and fertility and to ward off malevolent forces.
  • Story Time Dream Time – Story Time, Dream Time – A Journey Into the Outback of Aboriginal Australia – By Nancy Binzen 2009
    Some of the oldest storytellers on the planet are Aboriginal Australians, whose stories go back thousands and thousands of years. The people themselves trace their ancestry to the Seven Sisters of the Pleiades, who came down to Earth long before humans appeared in what is called the Dreamtime.
  • Symbols in Aboriginal Art – Symbols Were a Part of Aboriginal Art to Communicate the Story of the Lives – By Kenth A Bender 2013
    Every Symbol Tells a Story. Aborigine Art symbols are used in different art forms to relate the stories of their history and culture. Aborigine artists use symbols like curved and straight lines, dots and circles which have different meanings depending on their context.