Back to Nature is a visually stunning documentary series featuring actor Aaron Pedersen and writer Holly Ringland, as they take you on a journey into the deep interconnectedness between human beings and the landscape.

Culture is Life are proud to produce the curriculum resources and social impact campaign in partnership with the series producers, Media Stockade & Threshold Pictures.

Check out the #MeettheCustodians campaign on Culture is Life’s Instagram and Facebook, highlighting some of the incredible Traditional Custodians featured in the series who share their knowledge and stories of Country.

We hope to inspire an everlasting connection and appreciation to our beautiful culture, peoples and countries and thank the Back to Nature filmmakers for creating an incredible opportunity to embrace this beauty and hear some of Country’s stories.

Culture is Life acknowledges the ongoing work of so many Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islanders, as well as First Nations peoples globally. Those who have paved the way for us to be seen, heard and truly appreciated for the value and knowledge that has lived in us for time immemorial. We also acknowledge all the people that walk beside us and choose to be a part of these important conversations, particularly those who inspire our next generations of leaders.


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"How I was taught was...they would glorify Captain Cook, he came here, we were convicts...they didn't really brush upon this brutal overtaking at all." - Suleiman "Sully" Enayatzada.

January 26 symbolises a whole range of things for #FirstNations people and the broader community. Reflecting on what it symbolises and reflecting on #truthtelling through these historic events is critical to our #healing and growth to move forward as a united peoples.

#HealOurHistory #TheAustralianWars #CultureIsLife #InvasionDay #AustraliaDay
Applications are now open for the Fullaship Program 2023 🎓 This is a national program open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people aged 18-30, with a focus on professional, personal and cultural development. The program will run from March 2023 - March 2024 and will engage Fellows in a range of collective and individual experiences that aim to challenge, encourage and inspire them to achieve their own goals and aspirations. Applications close 6th February 2023.

To apply click the link in our bio 🔗

#CultureIsLife #FullashipProgram #Fullaship2023
"Rottnest Island is where they would take Aboriginal men from all over Western Australia as prisoners. So it's the largest site for Aboriginal deaths in custody in Australia."

#TheAustralianWars is currently airing on @nitv_au. Ep 3 takes us to Wadjemup (Rottnest Island) with #Noongar Elder, Uncle Len Collard. A significant site and place in history that Culture Is Life's 2022 Fullaship Program was able to learn about and pay respects to. Have you watched the series? Did you know the #history of Rottnest Island?

#HealOurHistory #CultureIsLife #FirstNations #Truthtelling
You need to change things to change things.

#MondayMotivation #CultureIsLife #Change
We asked young people what cultural identity means to them. What does cultural identity mean to you? Like, share and drop a comment to join the campaign!

We ask audiences to respect the young people's courage in sharing their perspectives throughout the #HealOurHistory campaign.

#TheAustralianWars #CultureIsLife #FirstNations #YoungPeople #Truthtelling #Healing

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Are you ready to embark on a journey of professional and personal growth? The 2023 #FullashipProgram is now open and accepting applications from young mob aged 18-30! Join a national initiative empowering young people to reach their full potential.

Start your journey today! Apply in the link in our bio 🔗

#FirstNations #YoungPeople #CultureIsLife #Fullaship2023
"Everyone needs to watch it, it needs to be in schools and a main part of the curriculum. The truth needs to be told, so that we can move forward." - Leyla Quartermaine

Share your thoughts on #TheAustralianWars series in the comments. Airing on @nitv_au Jan 22-24 or On Demand @sbs_australia and access the education resources in the link in our bio 🔗

#HealOurHistory #CultureIsLife #FirstNations #Truthtelling