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Bundjalung Words for Animals

Bundjalung Words for Animals

April 04, 2020 1 Comment

Here is a list of animals found in the wider Bundjalung region and their language translations.

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Bundjalung Words

Bundjalung Words

April 04, 2020 15 Comments

It is so wonderful that we have access to Bundjalung language and that we can keep it going by using it in our everyday lives with the names of local animals, plants, places, body parts etc.

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Bundjalung Nation

Bundjalung Nation

April 04, 2020

The Bundjalung Nation (also spelt Bandjalang, Banjalang, bunjulung, bunjalung or Badjelang) has become a general term for the whole language area stretching the far North East Coast of NSW and the Southern Eastern coast of Queensland. It extends from Grafton on the Clarence River in the South to the Logan River in the North and inland as far as the Great Dividing Range at Tenterfield and Warwick.

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Wollumbin, The Warrior Chief & the Turkey

Wollumbin, The Warrior Chief & the Turkey

April 04, 2020 5 Comments

Wollumbin stands as a majestic mountain in a bowl – shaped valley surrounded by a ring of mountain ranges, the Mt Warning Caldera.

Here are a couple of local dreaming stories about this beautiful mountain and its surrounds.

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Bundjalung names for local birds

Bundjalung names for local birds

April 04, 2020

I've had a request for some Bundjalung bird names to be shared on our website….so here they are.

All these words and others on our website come from a “Dictionary of Western Bundjaung”  compiled by Margaret Sharpe, and takes in these main dialects; Birihn ( Rapville), Gidhabal (Woodenbong), Wahlubal (Tabulan), Wehlubal (Baryulgil) and Wudjebal (tenterfield)

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edible bottlebrush flower

Local Bush Tucker - Bottlebrush flowers

January 24, 2020

Sweet delicious nectar that bees and birds drink up with purpose and pleasure.

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FIRE MANAGEMENT!

FIRE MANAGEMENT!

January 23, 2020

A personal view and reflection on the fires that burned recently 2019-2020

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The beginnings of Planet Corroboree

The beginnings of Planet Corroboree

January 23, 2020

Planet Corroboree was created for many reasons. One main one is because these two boys were born. Without them Planet Corroboree would not exist. 

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Dadirri - Deep listening

Dadirri - Deep listening

March 01, 2019 1 Comment

Aboriginal people practice deep listening, an almost spiritual skill, based on respect. Sometimes called 'Dadirri', deep listening is inner, quiet, still awareness, and waiting.

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January 26th

January 26th

January 26, 2019 3 Comments

January 26th is a day the majority of us living in mainstream Australia have grown up knowing as Australia Day, a day to celebrate this land being discovered by Captain Cook and it's beginning of colonialisation. For many it's just another excuse to party and the deeper meaning behind this day goes forgotten in personal satisfaction.

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Planet Corroboree 15 years strong!

Planet Corroboree 15 years strong!

August 15, 2017 4 Comments

We opened our doors way back in 2002 when these young Bundjalung men Yarbirri and Kowunduh were just 2 and 3.

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Our Generation

Our Generation

September 28, 2016

Two very dedicated and amazing friends of Planet Corroboree, Sinem Saban and Damien Curtis spent 3 years filming “Our Generation” Documentary, an independent documentary film, that looks at the current state of Indigenous relations in Australia, home to the oldest living culture in the world.

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