ABOUT Wagiman Community Heritage Archive
Welcome to the Wagiman Community Heritage Archive. This was created as part of Gabrielle McGinnis' PhD Research Project with the University of Newcastle, NSW Australia under the supervision of Mark Harvey, Tamara young and Ian Clark.
The Wagiman community of Pine Creek spearheaded this project with the help from the Pine Creek Aboriginal Advancement Association Inc. (PCAAA) and the Australian Aboriginal Protection Authority (AAPA) in Darwin. Many of the photos and links for flora a fauna are attributed to the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) as well as the researchers and the communities of Pine Creek, Northern Territory, Australia.
To learn more about the researchers behind this archive, take a look at the videos in Indigenous Stories and meet the key players involved in this heritage conservation project. You may also find out more about this unique landscape, language and culture and what it means to the Wagiman people of Pine Creek.
If you wish to know more about the project or the people involved, come visit Pine Creek and take a look at the official tourism website of the town as well: http://www.visitpinecreek.com.au or fill our the contact form below and someone will attend to your inquiry in due course.
If you are a Wagiman community member and have forgotten your login information, please visit PCAAA or fill out the contact form below and someone will get back to you with your login details.
AWARDS, RECOGNITIONS and FURTHER INFO
PCAAA, Kybrook Farm, Pine Creek NT 0847
Tel: +61 (08) 8976 1292