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The Dreamtime

The Aborigines, like the Christians, had their own stories that explained the origin of the world, themselves and all that make up the world that provided Aboriginal people with a strong and close association with the land for thousands of years. These stories gave unity and purpose to Aboriginal societies in the past and are important today in maintaining their identity.

 

Stories of the Dreaming

Dreaming Stories youtube How the Birds Got Their Colours The Rainbow Snake 
Dust Echoes Ancient Stories Bunyips Images
Dreamtime Myths & Legends Ancient Stories, New Voices
Winda the Owl Telling Stories student booklet
The Legend of Gympie Early Inhabitants of the Top End
Myths and Legends Legends and Stories Paruku
The Dreamtime Indigenous Tales of the Dreamtime
Dreamtime Stories Lessons Dreamtime Stories

Adnyamathanha people How Uluru was Formed
The Sun and Moon (activities) Creation Myth
A-Z history of Australian Aboriginal Legends Aboriginal Mythology
Dreamtime Myths & Legends
Uluru - Creation Story (youtube) Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime

 About the Dreamtime

A Journey into the Dreamtime What is the dreamtime?
The Dreamtime The Dreaming: Law and Lore
Aboriginal Dreamtime The Dreaming - an introduction

 

The Dreamtime Stories: The Dreamtime stories set down the laws for social and moral order and established the cultural patterns and customs.

The Ngarrindjeri People: An exhibition about the Ngarrindjeri, the Aboriginal people of the Lower Murray River, Lakes and Coorong, at the South Australian Museum. The story of the Ngurunderi Dreaming is used in the exhibition to introduce different aspects of Ngarrindjeri culture.

The Rainbow Serpent: Indigenous weather knowledge - Climate, Weather and Aboriginal Culture using the story of The Rainbow Serpent.

Aboriginal Spirituality: Spirituality for Indigenous Australians takes many forms. Its forms and practices have been profoundly influenced by the impact of colonialism, both past and present.

 

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