Climate change is having catastrophic consequences for the survival of important elements of Tasmania’s Aboriginal heritage.
In 1829, the Van Diemen’s Land Government commissioned George Augustus Robinson to set up an Aboriginal mission on Bruny Island.
This video was developed by Aboriginal Education Services, Department of Education, Tasmania in 2010. It is an early years resource about the Tasmanian Aboriginal cultural practice of mutton birding.
Coastal Places provides a narrative about the Tasmanian Aboriginal community's connection to Country, showcasing beautiful Sea Country filmed at various locations around lutruwita (now known as Tasmania).
This page was produced by Aboriginal Heritage Tasmania, a branch of the Natural and Cultural Heritage Division,
Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment
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