Aboriginal dating customs
Aboriginal occupation sites are places that show that Aboriginal people lived in an area.
Stone tools, hearths, food remains including midden materials, plant seeds and bones) are found in a range of sites known collectively as occupation sites.
This period ended with the rise of the sea following the last Ice Age and the development of an estuarine environment 8000 years ago.
All of Australia's Aborigines were semi-nomadic hunters and gatherers, with each clan having its own territory.
Once the ancestor spirits had created the world, they changed into trees, the stars, rocks, watering holes or other objects.
Australia has many wedding traditions which have been developed and followed by many generations.
Weddings have rigidified and codified not just (the) marriage ritual, but notions of masculinity and femininity as well.
Particular locations within a landscape have the strongest likelihood of harbouring sites.
This site potential diagram shows where in a landscape Aboriginal sites are most likely to be found.
Australian Stories may contain the names and images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people now deceased.