Aboriginal Languages of Australia http://www.dnathan.com/VL/austLang.htm annotated links to 231 resources for about 80 languages .
Indigenous learners and language http://www.tesol.org.au/esl/index.html has been developed as part of the ESL Indigenous project by the Australian Council of TESOL Associations – includes many useful links.
Katherine Regional Language Centre, Northern Territory www.kathlangcentre.org.au facilitates research into dictionaries and grammars and the collection of cultural material such as bush tucker, skin and kinship terms. This material is used to produce learning materials such as videos, audio tapes, story books and CD-ROMs.
Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre www.wangkamaya.org.au aims to be recognised as a leading Aboriginal language centre in Australia . There are over 30 Aboriginal Languages in the Pilbara Region. Wangka Maya works by recording, transcribing, promoting, publishing and maintaining these languages.
A Matter of Survival
http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/special/rsjproject/rsjlibrary/parliamentary/language/index.html is the Report of the Inquiry into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Language Maintenance (1992) – includes a number of sections on Aboriginal English.