RESOURCES

We have collated a suite of free educational resources co-authored by First Peoples, variously suitable for early, primary and secondary education. Browse the resources to select materials suitable for your students.

Australians Together

Free curriculum resources spanning First Nations stories, cultures and histories that cover key learning areas from Foundation to Year 10.

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Narragunnawali

Early learning, primary and secondary curriculum resources that promote reconciliation and children’s understanding of First Nations histories, cultures and contributions through practical activities.

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ILF

The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) is a national charity working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander remote Communities across Australia. They are Community-led and respond to requests for culturally relevant books and resources.

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National Museum of Australia

Curriculum-linked, online teaching and learning resources for primary and secondary schools from one of Australia’s leading arts and culture institutions.

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Australian Curriculum

The First Peoples have developed an intricate understanding of the environment over thousands of years. Learn more about the relationships between culture, language and environmental knowledge.

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Indigenous Weather Knowledge

The First Peoples have developed an intricate understanding of the environment over thousands of years. Learn more about the relationships between culture, language and environmental knowledge.

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AIATSIS

A national institution focused on telling the diverse histories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia. Discover a plethora of curriculum resources for teachers.

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Aboriginal Map of Melbourne

Discover the First Peoples’ deep connection to Country through this interactive map, as presented by City of Melbourne.

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Deadly Arts Collection

This educational series helps students and teachers develop cultural knowledge and respect for Country through the arts.

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ABC Education

This collection of resources is not only valuable for teachers, students and schools, but also all Australians looking to better understand and celebrate Australia’s rich First Peoples’ history.

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Gunditj Mirring Fact Sheets

Information about native plants, animals and cultural heritage on the Budj Bim (Mount Eccles) Landscape.

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First Languages Australia

A suite of resources to the share and reinforce the knowledge, experiences, resources and skills of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language communities.

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