Indigenous Australian people

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  3. Bundjalung people

    Bundjalung people

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  10. Indigenous Australian sportspeople

    Indigenous Australian sportspeople

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  1. Aden Ridgeway

    Aden Ridgeway

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    Australian politician

  2. Albert Namatjira

    Albert Namatjira

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    Australian painter

  3. Alexis Wright

    Alexis Wright

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    Indigenous Australian writer

  4. Alf Palmer

    Alf Palmer

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    Alf Palmer (ca. 1891 – 1981), or Jinbilnggay in his native language, was the last native speaker of the Australian aboriginal language Warrungu. He lived in Townsville, Queensland, Australia.


  5. Algy Paterson

    Algy Paterson

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    Last fluent speaker of Martuthunira

  6. Archie Barton

    Archie Barton

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    Archie Barton AM was an Australian Aboriginal political activist and land-rights campaigner. He played a key role in the 20-year campaign in the Maralinga Tjarutja people regaining ownership of their land, following the British nuclear tests at Maralinga and having the test sites cleaned up, and establishing Oak Valley with funds provided as compensation for the dispossession of the Maralinga people from their lands


  7. Ashley Cheadle

    Ashley Cheadle

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    Australian, Model

  8. Barbara Weir

    Barbara Weir

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    Indigenous Australian artist

  9. Bardayal 'Lofty' Nadjamerrek

    Bardayal 'Lofty' Nadjamerrek

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    Bardayal 'Lofty' Nadjamerrek (c. 1926-2009) was a Kunwinjku Aboriginal artist of the Mok clan. He is currently referred to by his skin and clan as "Wamud Namok", following the Kunwinjku custom of avoiding use of the name of deceased persons.


  10. Bart Willoughby

    Bart Willoughby

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    Australian musician

  11. Bebejan

    Bebejan

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    Bebejan (birth unknown, died 1836) also known as Bebejern or Jerum Jerum, was a Ngurungaeta (leader) of the Wurundjeri people of the present day Australian state of Victoria. He was at the signing of Batman's Treaty in 1835 and signed it along with seven other tribal leaders. The contract itself is historically significant as it was the first and only documented time when Europeans negotiated their presence and occupation of Aboriginal lands directly with the traditional owners. He was also the father of William Barak and brother to Billibellary.


  12. Belinda Dann

    Belinda Dann

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    Indigenous Australian centenarians

  13. Ben Wyatt

    Ben Wyatt

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    Australian politician

  14. Bennelong

    Bennelong

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    a senior man of the Eora, an Aboriginal (Koori) people of the Port Jackson area, at the time of the first British settlement in Australia, in 1788. He was captured by the settlers so they could learn more about the Aboriginal people, and subsequently serv

  15. Bess Price

    Bess Price

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    Australian, Activist

  16. Big Bill Neidjie

    Big Bill Neidjie

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    Big Bill Neidjie (c. 1920 – 23 May 2002) was the last surviving speaker of the Gaagudju language, an indigenous language from northern Kakadu after which the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park is named. He was a senior elder of Kakadu National Park and a traditional owner of the Bunitj estate in northern Kakadu, perhaps the most spectacular National Park in Australia. His decision to open up this land to other people was instrumental in the creation of Kakadu National Park. He was usually called Big Bill Neidjie because of his physique and physical strength, probably gained through his time working on the luggers, and was also called Kakadu Man, after the title of his first book.


  17. Bill Onus

    Bill Onus

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    Australian, Actor

  18. Bill Yidumduma Harney

    Bill Yidumduma Harney

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    Australian, Artist

  19. Billibellary

    Billibellary

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    Billibellary (c. 1799–1846) was a song maker and influential ngurungaeta of the Wurundjeri-willam clan during the early years of European settlement of Melbourne. He was known by various names including Billi-billeri, Billibellary, Jika Jika, Jacky Jacky and Jaga Jaga. He was an astute and diplomatic leader, described as powerfully built with an influence and reputation that extended well beyond his clan.


  20. Billy Doolan

    Billy Doolan

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    Painter-acrylic on linen.

  21. Billy Drumley

    Billy Drumley

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    Billy Drumley (1853–1951) was an Aboriginal Australian community leader whose regular long-distance walk was commemorated in a pilgrimage.


  22. Billy Stockman Tjapaltjarri

    Billy Stockman Tjapaltjarri

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    Indigenous Australian artist

  23. Bindi Cole

    Bindi Cole

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    Bindi Cole (born 1975) is an Australian contemporary artist with Indigenous heritage. She uses photography, video and installation as her mediums.


  24. Bob Bellear

    Bob Bellear

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    Australian judge

  25. Bob Randall (Indigenous Australian)

    Bob Randall (Indigenous Australian)

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    Australian, Writer

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