Ngaran Ngaran Culture Awareness, Callala Bay, NSW © Tourism Australia

Ngaran Ngaran Culture Awareness, Callala Bay, New South Wales © Tourism Australia

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Dreamtime Southern X, NSW © Tourism Australia

Dreamtime Southern X, New South Wales © Tourism Australia

Rock art at Bunjil Shelter, Black Range, VIC © Visit Victoria

Rock art at Bunjil Shelter, Black Range, Victoria © Visit Victoria

Emma Wiggle © The Wiggles

Emma Wiggle's Top Tip:
Gariwerd is home to over 90% of all Aboriginal rock art in Victoria!

Bush Tucker © Tourism Australia

Bush Tucker © Tourism Australia

Dreamtime Dive and Snorkel, Great Barrier Reef, QLD © Tourism and Events Queensland

Dreamtime Dive and Snorkel, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland © Tourism and Events Queensland

Jellurgal Cultural Tour at Burleigh Heads, QLD © Tourism and Events Queensland

Jellurgal Cultural Tour at Burleigh Heads, Queensland © Tourism and Events Queensland

Simon Wiggle © The Wiggles

Simon Wiggle says:
To greet the First Nations People during your stay, you can say “Jingeri”, which means “hello friend” or “g’day mate!”

Quokka selfie on Rottnest Island © DAN AVILA PHOTOGRAPHY

Rottnest Island, Western Australia © DAN AVILA PHOTOGRAPHY

The ningina tunapri gallery at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, TAS © Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

The ningina tunapri gallery at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania © Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Anthony Wiggle © The Wiggles

Anthony Wiggle says:
Did you know Tasmania wasn’t always an island? First Nations People used to move back and forth between Victoria and Tasmania until the rising sea levels formed the Bass Strait. Incredible!

Indigenous experiences, SA © James Fisher/Tourism Australia

Indigenous experiences, South Australia © James Fisher/Tourism Australia

Kakadu Yellow Water Cruise, Kakadu National Park, NT © Tourism Australia

Kakadu Yellow Water Cruise, Kakadu National Park, NT © Tourism Australia

Lachy Wiggle © The Wiggles

Lachy Wiggle says:

Although it is not always common to say ‘hello’ for Bininj and Mungguy people, it is polite to say goodbye when leaving. Their word for goodbye is ‘bobo’ (pronounced bor bor).

The Wiggles © The Wiggles

The Wiggles © The Wiggles

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