Darug Custodian Aboriginal Corporation

Our community includes people from all over Australia and the world, our members all bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to our group and our community. We have connections to people and places all over the world and have a deep connection to all of our indigenous brothers and sisters from abroad. Our connections to Aboriginal people within Australia stretch far and wide with many of our mob from remote and distant places that have found a place within our group, we like to spend time on country as much as possible and share our places and ceremonies with our extended community.

There are numerous Darug artists within our group, we aim to promote our artists and assist with selling, copywrite and royalties for artists.

Learn More about the Darug Custodian Aboriginal Corporation

Learn more about the Darug people.

Feast your eyes on work by Darug artists, some of whom you met in this chapter.

Check out a beautiful kids book about Darug songlines available through Magabala books.

Darug knowledge holders share their long and enduring relationship with this country, along with music from 11 Stories From the River Dyarubbin composed by Oonagh Sherrard, with Darug songs by Jasmine Seymour and Stacy-Jane Etal.

Learn more at the State Library. Discover the activities, resources, courses, talk and workshops available at the State Library of New South Wales, as well as the Library’s online catalogue.

Join Wingaru Education. Wingaru means ‘to think’ in Darug, the language group of the family behind Wingaru Education. Subscribe to access teacher PD, lesson plans and resources.

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