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Aboriginal Melbourne

 
Melbourne, known as the Kulin Nation to its traditional owners, has many galleries and museums with an Aboriginal or Indigenous focus, including the Koorie Heritage Trust.

Wominjeka! Welcome to Melbourne. We respectfully acknowledge the traditional owners of the Kulin Nation, a place now known by its European name of Melbourne.

For the Wurundjeri, Boonwurrung, Taungurong, Dja Dja Wurrung and the Wathaurung people who make up the Kulin Nation, Melbourne has always been an important meeting place and location for social, educational, sporting and cultural events and activities.

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Artists from different Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities around Australia produce work that may be recognisable as Indigenous.
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Australian By Design presents the outstanding works of The Miss Emily Aboriginal group. The group are from Robinvale, beside the Murray River in the north west of Victoria, near Mildura. Their roots in this area go back 40,000 years.
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At Melbourne Museum, Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre is a meeting place for Koorie people and for visitors interested in Aboriginal culture.
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The Koorie Heritage Trust is a space in which people can experience, learn, connect and reconnect with the rich, living Aboriginal culture, heritage and histories of Victoria.
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Gulpilil's Australia is a 100% indigenously owned and operated Australian tour company. They offer authentic indigenous experiences and exclusive guided tours by boat, canoe and kayak.
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On level four of the Hilton Hotel at South Wharf, Red Desert Dreamings specialises in Aboriginal art from the Central and Western desert regions.
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Birrarung Marr, on the Yarra River’s north bank next to Federation Square, is Melbourne's newest major park. Opened in 2002, it hosts events and festivals. From Princess Bridge, the park incorporates three terraces of contrasting grass and sand.
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The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) displays its Australian collection of artworks at the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, in Federation Square.

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