• Rock Wallaby

    In a remote part of Western Australia lives an endangered species of rock wallaby. Although known to the local Martu people, this population of endangered species was one of the last known populations in the Western …

  • On Country: Amoonguna

    ICTV is excited to announce the launch of ON COUNTRY, the new Slow TV project capturing the longform stories of our Traditional Owners travelling across their country. This episode of ON COUNTRY features the …

  • Remembering Traditional Fire Knowledge

    Let's talk about the use of fire in the old days and remember the skills. Northern Tanami Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) committee members directed the CLC to re-imagine their IPA Plan of Management, an …

  • Burning Today

    Changed fire regimes represent the single greatest threat to the cultural and ecological values of the IPA. Northern Tanami Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) committee members directed the CLC to re-imagine their IPA …

  • SPOKEN: Wik.Thayanam.Thawan (Strong in Language)

    Our bio-cultural project has teamed up with @statelibraryqld for SPOKEN, an exhibition promoting the importance of preserving some of the few remaining Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages still alive in …

  • Tracking the Snake

    Tracking the black headed python, cooking it and using it as a bush medicine. Northern Tanami Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) committee members directed the CLC to re-imagine their IPA Plan of Management, an …

  • Videos
    1. I Want to Be Free by Warburton Kungkas
    2. Turlku Putingkatju by Dino Roberts
    3. Oranges
    4. Walking at sunset
    5. Emu Station ID
    6. Red Road
    7. Our Culture
    8. Logo in sand
    9. Catch & Cook: Goanna (Barni)
    10. Catch & Cook: Mudcrab
    11. Cyclone Season
    12. Kungka Kutju Tjituru Tjituru Ananyi
    13. Pitjantjatjara - Verbs Lesson
    14. Mamu Nguraritja
    15. Pitjantjatjara - Body Parts
    16. Pitjantjatjara - Ngura
    17. Pitjantjatjara - Pronouns
    18. Pitjantjatjara - Counting
    19. Kata Alipiri Muti Tjina
    20. Ngura Wiru Ilkaringka by Rhoda Tjitayi