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Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language

Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language policy. This policy outlines the community agreed protocols for use of the revived palawa kani language. Policies determining Aboriginal language use are based on the principle of Aboriginal control and are set by the Aboriginal community through the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre.   Click here to open: Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language policy. Read more

Palawa Kani – Mutton Birding

Please select from the audio below to listen waranta tapilti tayaritja-tu - we go to the islands mulaka yula!- hunting muttonbirds yula pinika wurangkili-ti - muttonbirds fly in the sky yula ringina-ti - mutton bird in the burrow. pliri ningina yula mapali - the boy got lots of muttonbirds. ningina kuwara off - get the feathers off luwana rukiri lurana paya- the girls cuts two legs. rukiri open yula - cut open the muttonbird. Read more

palawa kani – Fire & Strong Waters

putiya pumili patrula! -Don't make fire! patrula mapali pungkatina-ti -Many fires in the bush. patrula milangkani- The fire grows. putrula withikitha- The flames are high. nara tiyuratina. - It's windy. rralanalungata taypani - A storm is coming. kawinrika nawama? - Hear the thunder? nipakawa withikitha - The waves are high. layna rrala-warr! - Strong current!! Read more

palawa kani Sentences – Invasion Day

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Palawa Kani Sentences – Summer Season

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palawa kani sentences – Spring Season

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palawa kani sentences – Generation Cup

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