A few of the many First Nation’s podcasts that are available on platforms such as Spotify and Apple Podcasts.



IndigenousX presents is a podcast offering which continues on the digital storytelling work of IndigenousX, which for the past decade has championed the call for better representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and issues within the Australian media. Staying true to IndigenousX’s philosophy, IndigenousX Presents will feature podcasts that amplify Indigenous voices, challenge conventional thinking and tell the stories that need to be heard.


Unapologetically Blak

Unapologetically Blak is a project that has been developed by two Australian Indigenous women to offer an insight into the personal lives and distinctive sisterhood that Blak Australia exists within. This project has been created for an array of ages, genders and backgrounds. Transcending the colonial constructs of division, placing Indigenous voices at the front and centre of sticky conversations to show Australia a new narrative of Blak experiences in contemporary society. Join us as Ginny and AJ embark on this journey of transparency, truth and strength. Discussing topics that have been placed into the too hard basket; laughing, crying and yarning along the way


Indigenous Ghost Stories

Indigenous people have lived in this country for thousands of years and have formed a deep spiritual relationship with the land which is generational. Some of these spiritual bonds include communicating with spirits on the other side. From the Wau-wai in the south to the Dujay in the north, whether we like it or not these spirits are a part of this land and apart of all our lives. Hosted by NITV’s Luke Briscoe, Indigenous Ghost Stories reveals frightening and compelling encounters with spirits on the other side.


Word Up

Word Up shares the diverse languages of black Australia from Anmatyerre to Arrernte, from Bidjara to Bundjalung, from Nyungar to Ngaanyatjarra, from Yankunytjatjara to Yorta Yorta—one word at a time.



AWAYE! presents a diverse and vibrant Aboriginal arts and culture from across Australia and the best from Indigenous radio broadcasters around the world.


Pretty For An Aboriginal

Nakkiah Lui and Miranda Tapsell have the conversations Australia is uncomfortable having—about sex, relationships, dating, power, and, most difficult of all, race. More suited for older listeners. Also a great resource for non-Indigenous carers & workers to help with cultural awareness. (Note: this podcast does use course language.)



Kamilaroi man, Dean Foley, created Indigipreneur, a podcast that showcases the achievements of Indigenous Australian entrepreneurs. Dean’s guests share tips, insights and the challenges faced from their journeys into prosperity.


Little Yarns

Australia is full of diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nations. From the Bunuba to the Wiradjuri, the clans of the Torres Strait to the palawa people, every mob has its own language and unique culture.  Each episode will take you on a journey to a different Nation; to listen to the sounds of Country, share some language and have a little yarn. We’ll travel south across the Bass Strait to lutruwita (Tasmania) and learn about the mums of palawa Country. Look out for crocs in Wadjigany waters, while we find out about the seasons in Batjamalh language. And keep your eyes peeled for an eight-legged creepy crawly, as we hear how Yawuru language has changed over time. There are hundreds of First languages to listen to and learn from!

Little Yarns is a co-listening podcast series for pre-schoolers. Ideal for families listening together at home or as a listening resource in early learning centres, Little Yarns explores the diverse languages, stories and Countries of Indigenous Australia.

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