palawa kani Information and Entertainment, December 2020:
palawa kani means ‘Tasmanian Aborigines speak’; it is the only Aboriginal language in lutruwita (Tasmania) today.
Background to the Aboriginal languages of Tasmania and the development of palawa kani - https://tacinc.com.au/programs/palawa-kani/
palawa kani names of places
Learn the original names for over 180 places in lutruwita (Tasmania) - http://tacinc.com.au/pulingina-to-lutruwitatasmania-place-names-map/
14 Aboriginal + Dual place names gazetted in the Tasmanian Government’s naming system - http://tacinc.com.au/official-aboriginal-and-dual-names/
Background to palawa kani place names - http://tacinc.com.au/tasmanian-aboriginal-place-names/
Nine original place names at pilri (Cape Grim), location of the ...
puwinya (Spring) palawa kani Poster, by children and Educators at the Aboriginal Children's Centre, piyura kitina (Risdon Cove).
Aboriginal Childrens Centre puwinya SPRING POSTER 2020
pulingina to lutruwita (Tasmania) Place Names Map
Click here to open the map. The map can be used on computer, phones or tablet.
To mark 2019 International Year of Indigenous languages, the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre is excited to present this interactive map of the Aboriginal names of over 180 places in lutruwita.
The names are shown in palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines.
Scroll over each name to hear it said, and open to learn some history of each name.
Only a handful of places ...
luwutina (Aboriginal Children's) Day, 4 August 2020
Policy and Protocol for Use of palawa kani Aboriginal Language, 2019
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palawa kani Winter poster June 2020
Stay safe at home with palawa kani!
Caring for our yula (muttonbird), palawa kani poster, March 2020.
yula Muttonbird Poster 2020
See our welcome to country spoken in palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines
at A Festival Called Panama,
in Golconda northern Tasmania, March 2020
A Festival Called Panama is an annual three-night festival at Golconda, North East Tasmania. With both local and international performers. Daisy Allan was thrilled to speak palawa kani, the language of Tasmanian Aborigines to welcome the crowd of over 2000 people, before Aboriginal dancers performed their welcome dance to the people who cheered loudly.
Some fun palawa kani activities for children!