Part of the land inhabited by some of the early Australians is now submerged, but details of their life have been revealed in an excavation on an island off the continent’s north-west coast.
Immerse yourself in the stories and legends of Australia’s ancient past with one of these authentic indigenous encounters.
A new study has found Aboriginal Australians settled the continent in one quick sweep and have remained in the same regions for almost 50,000 years.
The first European settlers in Australia used a dizzying array of flora and fauna in their kitchens – but they cooked them in a traditional British style.
A piece of kangaroo bone discovered in remote north-western Australia 20 years ago is the oldest-known piece of Indigenous Australian jewellery, according to new research.
What did Isaac Newton, Captain Cook and Eddie Mabo all have in common? Each, in their own way, looked to the heavens to make sense of the world, and the importance of their place in it.
There is plenty of evidence to show Australia’s Indigenous people had ways of counting big numbers, yet the myth persists they couldn’t count more than a handful of things. Why?
New landmark research seeks to answer fundamental questions about when humans arrived in Australia and where they came from.