The app, developed by the NSW AECG, allows users to explore four NSW languages; Bundjalung, Gamilaraay, Gumbaynggirr and Wiradjuri. Paakantji and Murrawarri languages will soon be added within the app.
An archive of Australian First Nations language materials. The CALL Collection has some materials in an archive room, and others as digital copies only. From this website you can access the catalogue of the Collection, and see some digitised works.
As part of State Library’s commitment to the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages, we will be promoting a ‘word of the week’ from one of the 125+ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages and dialects from across Queensland.
OZBIB is a bibliography of published works and theses on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages. Originally compiled by Geraldine Triffitt and Lois Carrington, OZBIB is now maintained online by AIATSIS.
The notebooks of Lieutenant William Dawes are the major source of information about the Aboriginal language of Sydney. They contain information of significance to Aboriginal communities of New South Wales, to linguists, historians, residents of Sydney, and many others.