Last changed 17 August 2016
Warumungu song bibliography
and video-recordings relating to Warumungu
Papulu Apparrkari (Barkly
Region Aboriginal Languages Centre) is the
main contact for information about Warumungu language and culture.
Contact: Apparrkari Aboriginal
(formerly BRALC), PO Box 1108, Tennant Creek NT 0861
Papulu Apparrkari's CD Yawulyu Mungamunga was launched on 29
April 2000 in Sydney and on
24 May 2000 in Tennant Creek.
Nyinkka Nyunyu Centre,
part of Julalikari Council's Aboriginal
Warumungu language on the Web
Language of the Month
Series : 5, June 1998
Texts in Warumungu and English from Michael Jampin Jones and Batchelor
College students from Tennant Creek (Michael Jampin Jones, Susan
Jones, Sandra Nangali Morrison, Ronald Morrison, Ronald Hughes, Kevin
Language of the Month also appears in the FATSIL
newsletter Voice of the Land. Warumungu is pp.6-8 in Volume 9
1998). The Warumungu articles also appear in the mid-1998 issue of the
Batchelor College magazine Ngoonjook.
Links of Warumungu relevance
Warumungu land: a partial history of
Warumungu arts and crafts
Bush Fruits. Anyinginyi Arts and Crafts Touring Exhbition.
by Brenda Runnegar. Tennant Creek: Anyinginyi Arts. February 2001.
Art of Peggy
Napangardi Jones, at Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne, February 2006
PO Box 158
Anyinginyi Congress Art Gallery is now closed
TENNANT CREEK NT 0861
Ph: 08 8962 2163
Fax: 08 8962 3236
© 2006 David
Last changed 23 October 2014