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Nari Nari Language Group

Alternative Spellings

 Narri-Narri, Narinari, Nari-Nari, Jabulajabula

Location

 The Nari Nari Language Group live in around 14,000 square kilometres of land. This is in the Riverina region of New South Wales

Language
Totem

 

Further Information

The Riverina area of New South Wales has been the homeland of the Nari Nari Language Group for 50,000 years. 

“Our people managed this area for 50,000 years and left their footprints on the Country. Now it’s our turn to protect, maintain and enhance our culture and Country and leave our footprints once again.” ~ Ian and Rene Woods, Nari Nari Traditional Custodians

Learn more about the Nari Nari Language Group:

ABC: Back Roads Dreaming and Other Stories – Nari Nari

ABC Indigenous: This Place – Nari Nari Burial Grounds

Dreaming stories

 

Other Images

 

References
Anonymous. D9: Nari Nari. Retrieved from https://collection.aiatsis.gov.au/austlang/language/d9
Did you know Nari Nari is dormant? Retrieved from http://www.endangeredlanguages.com/lang/6709
Exploring Gayini – Nari Nari Country. Retrieved from https://www.natureaustralia.org.au/what-we-do/our-priorities/land-and-freshwater/land-freshwater-stories/gayini/
Nari-Nari. Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nari-Nari
RediscoveringIndigenous Languages. Retrieved from https://indigenous.sl.nsw.gov.au/communities/nari-nari

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