News and Articles



Strong Women for Healthy Country Network is Making a Difference in Arnhem Land

 January 31 2022 |  Posted by Neece Carrigan



Meet Tim, Traditional Owner of Panamuunji in Cape York

January 31 2022  |  Posted by Neece Carrigan





Arnhem Land Traditional Owners Lead Archaeological Documentation of Rock Art Sites 

December 14 2021  |  Posted by Neece Carrigan




Maaramaka Homeland receives grant to build Storytelling Shed 

December 14 2021  |  Posted by Neece Carrigan





Will COVID-19 end the era of overseas school travel?

September 10 2020  |  Posted by Daniel Carson




Adult with local Aboriginal child on Red Earth Indigenous Cultural Immersion

4 ways to change your school’s attitudes towards Indigenous culture

August 20 2020  |  Posted by Daniel Carson



6 things you should know before travelling to Indigenous Australia

August 10 2020  |  Posted by Arthur Alla




Connection to place is key, says Traditional Owner Richard Burchill

July 20 2020  |  Posted by Rochelle Bath



A conversation with Cape York Traditional Owner Mel Gibson

July 21 2020  |  Posted by Rochelle Bath




Jajikal mob touches base mid-lockdown

May 8 2020  |  Posted by Red Earth




A birth to celebrate in Kaltjiti, Central Australia

May 2 2020  |  Posted by Red Earth


Our Stories

Meriden Anglican School for Girls swimming with local Aboriginal kids on Red Earth Indigenous Service Learning Immersion in Cape York

“I had the most amazing time; hearing and sharing stories with the Elders of the homelands. Seeing the multiple generations of Indigenous on their land was heart-warming and I am so glad I was able to hear directly from them about their experience.” Read More