The aboriginal traditional owners of uluru-kata tjuta national park have looked after, and in turn been looked after by, the land for over one thousand generations they have an intimate cultural knowledge of the environment in which they live and their traditions and practices connected to the landscape are guided by. Explore this tour by clicking the tabs above central australia art, culture & country macdonnell ranges to uluru personal guided tour of the art & aboriginal culture of central australia alice springs -trephina gorge – n'dhala gorge – hermannsburg – palm valley – alice springs – uluru (ayers rock) – kata tjuta. Abstract this paper examines how indigenous cultures and their connections to country are presented to the public in protected areas through a textual analysis of interpretive signage in protected areas, different representational tropes are used to interpret colonial/settler, natural heritage and indigenous.
Learn the ways of the ancient anangu people of the uluru region, one of the world's oldest living cultures, dating back thousands of years.
Longitude 131° was approved following extensive consultations with the central land council and aboriginal areas protection authority that included cultural mapping studies to confirm there were no sacred sites in the area in depth flora and fauna surveys were also undertaken to protect vulnerable species such as the. The traditional owners of uluru use the word anangu to refer to themselves in contrast to other people reference list alpher, bj 1993, 'out-of-the- ordinary ways of using a language', in m walsh & c yallop (eds), language and culture in aboriginal australia, aboriginal studies press canberra, pp97–106 blake, bj.
Journey to handback handback traditional owner stories mutitjulu community looking to the future 30th anniversary handback festival aiatsis acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout australia and their continuing connection to land, culture and community we pay our respects to elders past and.
Whereas uluru-kata tjuta was reconceived as a landscape of cultural and economic recovery for the traditional owners, including extensive representational revisions to present an enduring aboriginal presence in bell, c, matthewman, s (eds), cultural studies in aotearoa new zealand: identity, space and place (pp.