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The Local Aboriginal Languages Project is a celebration of the Local Aboriginal Languages presented in a series of short films created collaboratively with Traditional Owners, Community Elders and working group members, as shared by Lyndon Davies.
The films also highlight the natural environment of Moreton Bay Region.
This project has been a community collaboration between Moreton Bay Region Council, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi traditional custodians and community. It was made possible by Strategic Priorities grant funding from the Queensland Government and the State Library of Queensland.
Find out more about Moreton Bay's history and heritage.
Image credit: Artwork featured is a segment of Bulka Yinila by Gene Blow.
Enjoy learning about the ochre cliffs of Redcliffe in this short film.
Lyndon Davis talks about the waterways of Redcliffe in this short film.
Explore Redcliffe's botanical gardens with storytellers Lyndon Davis and Gene Blow.
Lyndon Davis talks about the hoop pines of Redcliffe.
Learn about the language connections of Deception Bay.
Have you ever wondered about the ash trees at Deception Bay? Hear their story from Lyndon Davis.
Lyndon Davis shares the stories of the birds you can find at Deception Bay.
Caboolture's bunya nut pine trees are the focus of this short film.
Lyndon Davis describes the importance of the Caboolture River.
You might view the humble carpet snake with new respect after watching this short film.
Lyndon Davis tells his story of dolphin fishing at Bribie Island.
Did you know there were Aboriginal fish traps on Bribie Island? Find out more in this short film.
Discover more about the shell middens on Bribie Island.
Aboriginal Elder Aunty Barb talks about the importance of language to her people.
Aboriginal storyteller Gene Blow explains the syntax of his language.