Is all of Adelaide Kaurna country?
Is all of Adelaide Kaurna country?
Adelaide is located on the traditional Country of the Kaurna people. City of Adelaide acknowledges that we are meeting on the traditional Country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains and pays respect to Elders past and present.
What Aboriginal tribes were in South Australia?
The following groups’ lands include at least partly South Australian territory which includes: Adnyamathanha, Akenta, Amarak, Bungandidj, Diyari, Erawirung, Kaurna, Kokatha Mula, Maralinga Tjarutja, Maraura, Mirning, Mulbarapa, Narungga, Ngaanyatjarra, Ngadjuri, Ngarrindjeri, Nukunu, Parnkalla, Peramangk.
How many Aboriginal tribes are in South Australia?
30 Aboriginal groups
South Australia is home to over 30 Aboriginal groups, with distinct beliefs, cultural practices and languages.
What do you do if you find Aboriginal artefacts?
What should you do if you find artefacts? 1/ Leave the item where it is, but try to identify the exact spot (eg with a GPS marker) so traditional owners can find it later. 2/ The next thing to do is work out who the traditional owner group is for that area and contact them.
What is Adelaide called in Aboriginal?
The Kaurna people
The Kaurna people (English: /ˈɡɑːnə/, Kaurna: [ɡ̊auɳa]; also Coorna, Kaura, Gaurna and other variations) are a group of Aboriginal people whose traditional lands include the Adelaide Plains of South Australia. They were known as the Adelaide tribe by the early settlers.
What aboriginal languages are spoken in South Australia?
In 2000 Aboriginal languages (Pitjantjatjara, Yankuntjatjara, Antakarinja, Wirangu, Arabana, Adnyamathanha, Narangga, Kaurna or Ngarrindjeri) were offered by 63 schools to 2500 South Australian students, the majority Indigenous. Community language projects have been mounted in a dozen languages.
What do South Australian Aboriginals call themselves?
Recognition and revival. Aboriginal organisations flourished in Adelaide from the 1970s and 1980s, and ‘Nunga’ emerged as a general term used by South Australian Aboriginal people to describe themselves. More specific groups based on place and language continued.
Is it legal to sell Aboriginal artifacts?
No. The law does not prevent people from keeping Aboriginal artefacts. However, artefacts (other than those originally made for sale) may not be bought or sold without a permit from Aboriginal Victoria. Owners of collections of Aboriginal artefacts can ask Aboriginal Victoria to document their collections.
Where can I find information about Aboriginal heritage sites in South Australia?
The Register of Aboriginal Sites and Objects is not an exhaustive record of all Aboriginal heritage sites in South Australia. As well as speaking to the relevant RARB, people seeking information about the location of Aboriginal sites in a project area can request a search of the Register of Aboriginal Sites and Objects.
Is there any practical advice on management of Aboriginal heritage?
Practical advice on management of Aboriginal heritage is provided in the following fact sheets. If you discover an Aboriginal site or object, you must stop any work that may impact the site or object.
What should I do if I discover an Aboriginal site or object?
If you discover an Aboriginal site or object, you must stop any work that may impact the site or object. Leave everything in place and contact Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation on (08) 8226 8900, providing the location and details of the site or object.
How do I report an Aboriginal heritage site or offense?
If you wish to provide information a possible Aboriginal site, including additional information to the AHIS or hardcopy files, please visit Report an Aboriginal heritage site or an offense against one. If you are undertaking any activity on a piece of land it is recommended that you refer to the Land use overview.