Waltja Tjutaku Ngurra nyuwana Yanangupa, Walpala tjungurrikula wangkanytjaku. Yaaltji Yaaltji yanangungku palyani

  1. Nintirrinytjaku – learning
  2. Yara tjakultjungkutjaku – Sharing Stories
  3. Kulintjaku – Listening
  4. Nyaakunytjaku – Learning Culture
  5. Nyanpitjaku – Dancing

Ngaatja ngurra nyuwana Ross Riverpaku yiwarrangka ngaranyi Nganana Directors tjuta ngurra ngaatjanya mantjinu paluru Baldissera-nya. Kuwarri ngurra ngaatja yini Waltja Tjutaku Ngurra

Tjunulatju pintji tina, ngurralatju palyalingku palyanu Yanangu ngarrintjkutarra ngurra palyalingkungka Baldisserala.

Nganana yaaltinya nganampa Walytja Tjutanya panya ngurra, kutjupa ngurraratjutanya ngalya-yankunytjaku ngaakunytjaku nintirritjaku. Tjukurrpa Wangkanytjaku palyalingku. Nganana Directors Tjutanya yunpalingku ngurra ngaaku mantjinutjangka. Palyalingku ngurra Baldissera-nya ngalya-yarraya nyaakunytjaku.

Tjaantju Sharjin anta Waltja Directors tjuta tjaantju, Irene Nangala.

“Waltja bought another place called Waltja Tjutaku Ngurra, this is our new place, at Baldissera Drive. This name means a place for all the families. This place is on the way to Ross River. We are inviting all the visitors from other places to come and learn more about Anangu (Aboriginal) people through teaching stories, culture and maybe dancing. The directors and members also want all the Aboriginal people from other places to come and stay and do workshops at Waltja Tjutaku Ngurra”. Waltja directors are proud that we have bought this beautiful place.

Thank you Sharijn and all the directors and the staff of Waltja. Story by Irene Nangala

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