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Wanju Gnullar Noongarpedia mia! Gnullar wongi kadidjiny gnullar Noongar moort, boodjar, kaditj. Noongar wongi kwop yuwart wongi noongar. Noonar wongi wadjella kaya. Gnullar wongi kaditj 'Gnullar Waarnkiny - Our Language (online resources)' and 'Learn Noongar language'.

Welcome to our Kitt-kittpedia site. Where anyone can contribute knowledge about Noongar people, place wer culture.

Please note, the use of Noongar language is encouraged but not essential as we recognise and acknowledge the different stages of people's ability to write and read Noongar. For Noongar language resources wer information please see these pages on this site:'Gnullar Waarnkiny - Our Language (online resources)' and 'Learn Noongar language'

For help in finding information here or in creating or editing pages, please see 'Using and Editing the Noongarpedia'

Aliwah - Moort kaditj nitja Noongarpedia notij moort - aliwah

Please note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this site may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material


Kaya wanju

Kaya wandjoo ngala NoongarPedia - Welcome to our NoongarPedia

Ngala waangkiny kwop kwop birdiyah wirn, maaman, yoka, koorlangka - We speak in good spirit of our ancestors, spirits, men, women wer children.

Ngala waarngkiny noona yoowarl koorliny waangkiny nitja NoongarPedia - We hope you come wer contribute to our NoongarPedia.

title Featured Article: Australians' first contact with Captain Cook

On 23 April 1770 Captain James Cook, then a lieutenant in command of HMS Endeavour and on his first Pacific voyage, first saw Aboriginal people on Mit Island ...

title Noongar bonar now: Makuru

title Featured Picture: from Pre-settlement European contacts Cooman telling Cook to go away, on 29 April 1770.

Cook's landing at Botany Bay.jpg

title NoongarPedia Tube

Internet-news-reader.svg NoongarPedia Project News

NoongarPedia team members Len Collard wer Jen Buchanan from UWA are presenting at the Puliima National Indigenous Language Forum in Cairns today. Woolahǃ


Globe Eurasia.svg Boodjarak - Country
Icon-Campfire.svg Gnullar Karla Mia - Our Campfires (Language groups)
Knowledge transfer blue.svg Koora wer yeyi
Globe Eurasia.svg Burang Nidja - Objects
Icon-Campfire.svg Yarn - Stories
Phantom Open Emoji 1f3a4.svg Maya waabiny
Hands reachn.svg Koolangar Waangkiny - Children Playing
Orange star.svg Dardi - Deadly People
Hands reachn.svg Noongarabiny
Icon-Campfire.svg Wula


Wikimedia Community Logo.svg See also the NoongarPedia cross-project coordination page on Meta.

Kia ngulluck kaditj nitja Whadjuck Noongar boodjar nyuny nyinniny. Kia ngulluck kaditj quorp wirniny Whadjuck Noongar nyinniny nitja boodjar koora, yeye kitj boorda. Ngulluck wangkiny nitja.


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