Bininj Anbolh

Bininj Anbolh (Gundjeihmi)
Bininj Manbolh (Kunwinjku)


Kunwinjku:

Bininj Gunwok Language Project, Injalak dja Australian National University kabirridjarrkdurrkmirri ba kabirribolkngeykurrmehkurrme nawu korroko Bininj birrirey kurrenge kore Bininj manbolh, bolkki yekke.

Kunbalanda:
In a collaboration between the Bininj Gunwok Language Project, Injalak and the Australian National University, Aboriginal walking routes are being documented this dry season.

Gundjeihmi:

Nagangila Ben gadurrkmirri andehne project. Gayolyolme bu djob gagarrme nuye.

Bolkgime arridurrkmirri project angerrnge Bininj Anbolh arriborlhme. Dabbarrabbolk andibukkan adberre. Arridjare wurdurd gabarribenggan wanjh. Gamak rouk!

Today we are working on a new project to learn all about traditional walking routes. The old people are teaching us and we want the children to know about them then. It's great!

Nagangila Ben dja Nangarridj Enoch gabandibimmang Ngalwamud dja Nabangardi gure Wirnmuyurr.

(Gundjeihmi)

Nagangila Ben and Nangarridj Enoch filming Ngalwamud and Nabangardi at Wirnmuyurr, Kakadu National Park.

 


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This project is supported through funding from the Australian Government’s Indigenous Heritage Program

and is auspiced by Injalak Arts and Crafts, Gunbalanya western Arnhem Land, N.T. Australia.

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