A map of Australia showing the names of tribal/language groups of the Australian Aboriginal people that traditionally occupied that area as documented in The Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia, and also grouped by the regional names as used in this authoritative source. The map attempts to comprehensively represent all the language or tribal or nation groups of the indigenous people of Australia.
The AIATSIS map of Indigenous Australia is an attempt to represent the language, tribal or nation groups of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia. Aboriginal groups were included on the map based on the published resources available between 1988 and 1994 which determine the cultural, language and trade boundaries and relationships between groups. The map was developed along with the Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia as part of a research project; the Encyclopedia contains more detailed information about the groups represented on the map.
Assembles information about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages from various sources. It allows users to search for a language by a language name or a place name, or by navigating Google Maps, and to view a variety of information on the language.
The notebooks of Lieutenant William Dawes at the SOAS Library Special Collections 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.
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.