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  1. Can you name the famous Indigenous Australians on the following slides Do you also know what they are famous for?

  2. We would like to caution people viewing this presentation that it contains images of Indigenous Australians now deceased.

  3. Cathy Freeman, Olympian

  4. Albert Namatjira, Artist

  5. Buddy (Lance) Franklin AFL player

  6. David Gulpilil,actor in films such as Walkabout, 10 Canoes and Australia

  7. David Unaipon, Preacher, author, inventor David Unaipon (1872 - 1967) was a Ngarrindjeri man. Among his patents was a helicopter design based on the principle of a boomerang. He is featured on the front of Australia's 50-dollar note, along with drawings from one of his inventions, and an extract from the original manuscript of his book Legendary Tales of the Australian Aborigines.

  8. Jessica Mauboy Jessica Mauboy is an Indigenous Australian, R&B singer-songwriter and actress. She was the runner up in the 2006 series of Australian Idol

  9. Ernie Dingo, Actor

  10. Neville Bonner, Senator Neville Bonner was the first Aboriginal person to sit in Federal Parliament as a Senator for Queensland from 1971 to 1983

  11. Preston Campbell (front) with Nathan Merritt, Justin Hodges and Scott Prince NRL All Stars-Indigenous players

  12. Eddie Mabo Eddie Mabo’s appeal to the High Court resulted in the Meriam People’s recognition as traditional owners of their homeland. This landmark decision paved the way for the recognition and protection of native title across Australia and led to the Native Title Act.  Mrs B. Mabo granted permission to use the image of her late husband.

  13. Stan Grant Journalist and TV presenter

  14. That’s all…. how did you go?