Warlpiri Media Association is a non-profit community organisation managed by a locally elected indigenous management committee.
WMA employs both kardiya (non-indigenous) and yapa (indigenous) staff who work together to create and broadcast local media as well as media for a broader regional and national audience.
An online documentary on child refugees, their journey to Australia and the impact
of detention centres on their lives.
Australian National Youth Media Awards, 2002
The Stuttgart Winter Film Festival
Best-of True Stories
Rotterdam International Film Festival
Set against the backdrop of escalating violence directed at the worldwide Islamic community, comes an intimate and moving story told by a 19 year-old Australian girl as she swaps homes, friends and cultures with an Indonesian Muslim girl her own age.
AIMIA New Media Award for best cultural, lifestyle and art, 2006
In the press
“Optimism that bridges can be built between different worlds” The Weekend Australian
This project chronicles the birth of a country and the collision of two worlds. It’s an epic story that comes alive through the struggles of individuals, both black and white.
Interactive Media Awards, New York, 2009,
Best in Class Online TV Award
3 AIMIA Awards, 2009
This website has been developed by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), which is part of the NSW Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (DECCW). The Department has also developed a documentary film ‘Kamay Botany Bay’.
Labor History is a project run by the Chifley Research Centre which seeks to educate and engage the Australian people in the history and stories of the Australia Labor Party.