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The Track to Bralgu (Imprint)

The Track To Bralgu - B. Wongar What the book doesn't say, but should, is that these are Yolngu stories. Yolngu people originate from north-eastern Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. There are a couple of hundred different Aboriginal language groups in Australia today, each of which have unique stories, culture and traditions and each of which are deeply linked with the country they inhabit. For the non-Indigenous reader, it's important to remember that these stories belong to the Yolngu people, and should only be used in this context. they shouldn't be attributed to other Aboriginal groups, or other parts of Australia.