There are more than 200 Australian Indigenous languages. Less than 20 languages are strong, and even these are endangered. This site has annotated links to 231 resources for about 80 languages. About 35% of these resources are produced or published by Indigenous people.
The core of AUSTLANG is the AUSTLANG database (online Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages database) which is linked to Google Maps. It also has access to other databases, PDF files and websites, to provide information about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.
The Australian Society for Indigenous Languages (AuSIL) is committed to serving indigenous language communities in Australia and the Timor region by means of linguistic research and documentation, translation, training, and the development of language resources.
Kaurna Aboriginal people are the Traditional Owners of the Adelaide plains in South Australia. The Kaurna Place Names project aims to identify and map places with Kaurna names and to encourage the use and increase knowledge of these names.
The Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages is a digital archive of endangered literature in Australian Indigenous languages from around the Northern Territory. This is a living archive, with connections to the people and communities where the books were created.
Wangka Maya Pilbara Aboriginal Language Centre aims to be recognised as a leading Aboriginal language and resource centre in Australia. Site includes information about the different languages of the Pilbara region as well as links to resources.