You are invited to explore the State Library to discover the significant achievements by our first peoples.

These stories show the extraordinary ways in which Indigenous resilience has shaped Western Australia.

Start the journey in The Nook with Fanny Balbuk’s songline – a story of speaking out and walking on to protest the occupation of her traditional lands in and around Perth.

Where

State Library of WA

Perth Cultural Centre, 25 Francis Street, Perth WA 6000

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