This resource is a collaboration between the Bininj Kunwok Language Project and the Northern Australia hub of the National Environmental Research Program. We aim to conserve and promote bio-cultural diversity and support land-based Indigenous livelihoods. Many other organisations are supporters of this work including Warddeken Land Management Ltd, Djelk Rangers, Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation and Kakadu National Park. The Bininj Kunwok Language Project is supported by the Australian Government's Indigenous Language Support program. Bininj Kunwok is a collective name for the dialect chain spoken by Indigenous people who live in the region of Kakadu National Park and east across the Arnhem Land plateau as far as Maningrida. You can learn more at bininjgunwok.org.au.