Browser Compatibility

AUSTLANG runs best on Firefox (free download from but it also runs on Internet Explorer and Safari. AUSTLANG is best viewed with 1024 x 768 screen resolution.


Please read the following disclaimer before clicking on the 'Enter AUSTLANG’ link below.

Content disclaimer

Users of this system are advised that the information in AUSTLANG is presented largely from a research perspective and may not necessarily be consistent with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives. The system assembles information from a number of sources without assessing the validity and truthfulness of that information. AIATSIS makes no representations, warranties or assurances (either expressed or implied) as to the accuracy, currency or completeness of the information presented. AIATSIS will not be held liable for any damage that may arise from use of or reliance upon any information provided by this system, or from your inability to use the system. AIATSIS reserves the right to add, delete and/or modify any information on the site at any time without prior notification.

Linked websites disclaimer

This site also has links to and from websites that are operated or created by organisations outside of AIATSIS. Those organisations are solely responsible for the operation of and information found on their respective websites. The presence of links to or from this site does not imply, on the part of AIATSIS, any endorsement or guarantee of any of the organisations or information found on their respective websites.

Location of languages

Users of this system are advised that locations of languages shown on the Google maps are approximate and not to be used for land or native title claims. AUSTLANG offers one representation of language locations, which is neither authoritative nor definitive.

Deceased persons

Users of this system should be aware that, in some Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, hearing and seeing names of deceased persons may cause sadness or distress and in some cases offend against strongly held cultural prohibitions.

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