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ABORIGINAL CULTURE
BY BAILEY HAZLEWOOD
THE ABORIGINALTHE ABORIGINAL
PEOPLEPEOPLE
 Aboriginal people have lived in
Australia for 50,000 years. They have
all sort...
LANGUAGESLANGUAGES
 Aboriginal tribes spoke different
languages. Their were over 500
languages spoken by different
Aborig...
SPIRITUALITYSPIRITUALITY
 Aboriginal people used to tell dream
time stories and they felt like they
were part of the land...
FAMILY LIFE ANDFAMILY LIFE AND
ROLESROLES
 Aboriginal people have all different
roles the men hunted and the women
gather...
TRADITIONAL FOODTRADITIONAL FOOD
 All Aboriginal men gathered their food efficiently
and quietly. Some of the traditional...
TRADITIONALTRADITIONAL
IMPLEMENTS AND TOOLSIMPLEMENTS AND TOOLS
 The Aboriginal people had two typesThe Aboriginal people...
TRADITIONAL MUSIC ANDTRADITIONAL MUSIC AND
ARTART
 Aboriginal people used didgeridoo’s and clapping
sticks to make their ...
SACRED PLACESSACRED PLACES
 The aboriginal people looked after
their sacred places and other other
tribe sites.
 Sacred ...
THE BRITISH INVASION ANDTHE BRITISH INVASION AND
COLONISATIONCOLONISATION
 Aboriginal people were confused when Captain
C...
ABORIGINAL PEOPLEABORIGINAL PEOPLE
TODAYTODAY
 Many Aboriginal people still live on the lands of
their ancestors, speakin...
Greg InglisGreg Inglis
 Greg Inglis is a indigenous NRL player. He has
represented Australia, indigenous all stars and
Qu...
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  1. 1. ABORIGINAL CULTURE BY BAILEY HAZLEWOOD
  2. 2. THE ABORIGINALTHE ABORIGINAL PEOPLEPEOPLE  Aboriginal people have lived in Australia for 50,000 years. They have all sorts of tribes like Wadi Wadi, Gundungurru and Eora, Daruk and Wandandian.  The Aboriginal people were the first people in Australia, they looked after the land and animals.
  3. 3. LANGUAGESLANGUAGES  Aboriginal tribes spoke different languages. Their were over 500 languages spoken by different Aboriginal tribes.
  4. 4. SPIRITUALITYSPIRITUALITY  Aboriginal people used to tell dream time stories and they felt like they were part of the land. There is over 200 dream time stories and lots of culture told in the stories.
  5. 5. FAMILY LIFE ANDFAMILY LIFE AND ROLESROLES  Aboriginal people have all different roles the men hunted and the women gathered. The men were out of their tribes for nearly half a day.
  6. 6. TRADITIONAL FOODTRADITIONAL FOOD  All Aboriginal men gathered their food efficiently and quietly. Some of the traditional foods they ate were emu, kangaroo and lizard.  The land tribes usually ate land foods and water tribes (tribes that lived near water) made spears and went spear fishing and they usually ate fish.
  7. 7. TRADITIONALTRADITIONAL IMPLEMENTS AND TOOLSIMPLEMENTS AND TOOLS  The Aboriginal people had two typesThe Aboriginal people had two types of tools Extractive tools andof tools Extractive tools and Maintenance tools.Maintenance tools.  Some of the Extractive tools areSome of the Extractive tools are boomerangs, shields, spears, diggingboomerangs, shields, spears, digging sticks and canoes. Some of thesticks and canoes. Some of the maintenance tools are stones, woodmaintenance tools are stones, wood gum and vegatable material.gum and vegatable material.
  8. 8. TRADITIONAL MUSIC ANDTRADITIONAL MUSIC AND ARTART  Aboriginal people used didgeridoo’s and clapping sticks to make their music and they dance to the music and sung their aboriginal songs.
  9. 9. SACRED PLACESSACRED PLACES  The aboriginal people looked after their sacred places and other other tribe sites.  Sacred places were made out of different materials, such as Uluru, cave paintings and the Ogres.
  10. 10. THE BRITISH INVASION ANDTHE BRITISH INVASION AND COLONISATIONCOLONISATION  Aboriginal people were confused when Captain Cook and his crew arrived. They tried to defend for themselves but they got killed by Captain Cook. Captain Cook took over the Aboriginal land.
  11. 11. ABORIGINAL PEOPLEABORIGINAL PEOPLE TODAYTODAY  Many Aboriginal people still live on the lands of their ancestors, speaking their own language and keeping alive their culture through song and dance.  A large number of Aboriginal people live in major cities across Australia. The ideas and feelings of these ancestors are still in their blood and they continue to understand what it is to belong to the land.
  12. 12. Greg InglisGreg Inglis  Greg Inglis is a indigenous NRL player. He has represented Australia, indigenous all stars and Queensland (state of origin). He plays for the South Sydney Rabbitohs, his position is Fullback, centre and five-eigth.
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