Did you know?
Indigenous people make up 3 percent of the total Australian population. Today, most of them live in cities and towns. Australian English borrows more than 400 words from Aboriginal
languages: koala, wombat, boomerang…
The Aboriginal flag was first flown in Adelaide in 1971. Since then, it has become a widely recognised symbol of the identity of Aboriginal people.
National Sorry Day is an annual event held on 26 May to remember the mistreatment of Australia’s Aboriginal communities.