The TribalLink Online cultural learning portal is exactly what it sounds like! Its full of opportunities to learn about Kabi Kabi and other First Nations cultures around Australia. We have information on our easily accessible database that you can use within your workplace, learning environment or home.
This encyclopedia of information has been collated over a number of years, based on the feedback and questions we have received from various industry sectors and also community-based services. The content is updated regularly with new and exciting things to learn and do.
Watch videos on how to make Lemon Myrtle tea, to how to make a piccabeen basket! There are loads of concepts and practical things you can do to embed Indigenous perspectives in everyday activities.
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Get valuable information about an incredible range edible plants and exactly how to use them.
Loads of old school and modern recipes to make mouth-watering food using first nations inspired ingredients.
We have children’s books and teacher’s resources that you can read and use within your classes or to read at home!
Have you ever wondered does that mountain have a story? This section has several places that you can visit and the story behind it. Thus, giving you a little more information from a First Nations perspective of what places mean and their story.
Kerry Neill has collated a number of words and means. Embed some language in your workplace.
Like colouring in? we have over 50 designs that you can download and use in your classes, waiting rooms and your own kids!
Explore some awesome story’s, concept and perspectives of History from a number of artists including Hope O’Chin, Kerry Neill.
Ever been stuck in finding ideas to embed culture in your workplace? Browse the gallery and find loads of ideas to make and create within your area, including Yarning circles, arts and crafts, story walls and much more.
Use symbols and lessons that you can download and run within your class or workplace!
What are they? Examples on how they are made and how to use them, this is a great way to embed indigenous concepts within your workplace.