Working with Aboriginal communities to connect people to Aboriginal
history, promote reconciliation and celebrate the richness of
Aboriginal history in Western Australia.
Helping Aboriginal families with ancestral information through professional researchers, advice for native title and general research.
Need help with your Aboriginal family history research? We may hold information in our collections about you or your direct ancestors.
This is a site for authors, academics, students, government agencies and people doing community history research or anyone with an interest in Aboriginal history in WA.
Native title researchers can request access to records to gather evidence relevant to a native title claim.
Funding for schools to celebrate Aboriginal culture in the classroom.
Discover the untold stories of Western Australian Aboriginal servicemen at Gallipoli.
This book outlines the significant contributions of WA Aboriginal volunteers in World War I.
View the Moore River Native Settlement Centenary photo collection.
To acknowledge this momentous occasion 50 years on, the Aboriginal History Research Unit of the WA Department of Aboriginal Affairs developed an information toolkit to provide a unique WA perspective of this event.
The Shire of Broome, City of Cockburn and City of Kalamunda were among 17 local governments that helped showcase Aboriginal culture and history to their communities through Reconciliation Week celebrations.
Local governments are invited to participate in the 2019 Reconciliation Week – Street Banner Project by sponsoring a reconciliation banner.