Kaurna Warra Pintyanthi is a group of Kaurna people, teachers, linguists and language enthusiasts who are engaged in the reclamation and teaching of the Kaurna language of the Adelaide plains. KWP is located at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Adelaide and is supported by the the Australian Government Indigenous Language Support program.
We are the developers of the internationally recognised and highly acclaimed Miromaa language technology program which is used for the documentation, conservation and dissemination of our traditional languages. The Miromaa Program has been obtained for use in over 150 plus languages all over Australia and many more internationally. The knowledge centre is located in Newcastle, NSW.
Noongar Language Centre is one place where you can find and learn all the information about Noongar language. Noongar is a language spoken across the Noongar nation which ranges from south of the town of Geraldton to Esperance. It covers the entire south-west corner of Western Australia.
Muurrbay is a leading regional language centre that provides strategic support to revitalise the languages of seven Aboriginal communities of central to north coast NSW. They work closely with Elders and local language, culture and educational organisations to conduct research, publish accessible grammar–dictionaries and develop engaging educational courses and resources.
Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre aims to be recognised as a leading Aboriginal language and resource centre in Australia. By working with the old people of the Pilbara, we will use our expertise, knowledge and sensitivity to record and foster Aboriginal languages, culture and history. Ngarluma is one of the languages spoken in the Pilbara area.