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Aboriginal peoples’ early encounters with other cultures are underpinned by stories of survival, resilience and adaptability.
Western Australia contains evidence of the earliest life forms to inhabit the earth.
Aboriginal peoples have always created complex and highly functional engineering systems that succeed in conjunction with a deep awareness of surrounding land, seas and sky.

Torn away from family, culture and Country, Aboriginal peoples of Western Australia not only survived but fought for their right to regain control.

The Nyiting (Dreaming times) explains the complex interrelationship between Nyoongar peoples and Country.
Child playing with plants and seeds

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