Learning & Teaching on Darug Country

Totems What is a totem? What are Les’ totems Where is Les’ country? Connections to Country How does the Acacia tell us what is happening to the animals and plants on...

Natalie talks about her own Yuin background, and gives many practical examples of how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures can be embedded across the Australian curriculum

Ivan Clarke – NSW Health Ivan is Barkanji. He was born in far-western New South Wales and grew up on Bunjalung country. This is his story of being taken.

On 10 December 1992 Keating gave a speech on Aboriginal reconciliation addressing issues faced by indigenous Australians such as their land and children being taken away. This speech became known as...

Les McLeod, Park Ranger with NSW Parks and Wildlife came to MQ to explain the food and medicinal applications of some of the plants growing in the MQ Bush tucker garden.

Les McLeod, Park Ranger with NSW Parks and Wildlife explains the significance of rock engravings at a site only 40 minutes drive from MQ, at Guringgai National Park.

Leanne Tobin is a Darug artist. In the video she talks about the creation and conceptualisation of the three murals at MQ, and what it means for her to be a...

This clip tells the story of a cross-cultural relationship between Lieutenant Dawes and Aboriginal woman, Patyegarang in the early years of the settlement at Sydney Cove. Lieutenant Dawes established an observatory...

Pre-service teachers at MQ worked with renowned Aboriginal Darug artist, Leanne Tobin and her family to create three murals on campus, a mural with a story which comes from Darug country,...

Jacinta is from the Boorooberongal clan (Richmond area). Her family heritage goes back to Yarramundi, and then later Sarah Castles (nee Locke). In the video she talks about connections to country,...