6 titles - sorted alphabetically or by year
Bush Tucker is Everywhere documentary – c1987
As intended, this production both records Indigenous women gathering food for their families and teaches others the skills.
Cool Drink and Culture documentary – 2006
These three young women are passionate about passing on their knowledge of bush tucker to the Amunturrngu community’s children.
Dugong Dugong documentary – 1980
Depending on the individual viewer’s attitude, scenes of dugong hunting can be exhilarating or disturbing.
The Food Lovers’ Guide to Australia – Series 5 Episode 2 television program – 2004
Diving for trepang (sea cucumber) in the northernmost tip of Australia, the program finds fine produce and great cooks to create a showcase of Australian cuisines.
Ten Canoes feature film – 2006
The jumping-off point for Ten Canoes was a 1930s photo of Indigenous people taken by anthropologist Donald Thomson.
Wirrangul Women: Always Have, Always Will documentary – 2006
Elders Doreen and Gladys are the last speakers of the Wirangu language. They must find a way to pass their language and tradition on to younger generations.