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The campfire is an integral part of Australian indigenous culture. 

It’s a special place where aboriginal culture, knowledge, history and governance is discussed and exchanged. And it’s a place where stories are told, songs are sung, dance is performed and meals are prepared, cooked and shared.

iCampfire.TV is a place to broadcast, share and preserve Australian indigenous culture.  It’s a place for everyone.

The kangaroo’s and turtles in the iCampfire.tv logo represent Australian saltwater and freshwater aboriginal people who have come together, around the campfire, for tens of thousands of years.

iCampfire.tv is a special destination where everyday people from all over the world can experience and learn about Australian indigenous culture & history. It’s a keeping place, a sharing place and an inspirational, educational digital gallery.

We welcome content contributions from everyone – especially filmmakers and photographers.  You can talk to us about contributing stories and media for the iCampfire here.

Click here to contact us at iCampfire.tv

Weerianna Street Media / Digital Dreamtime Project


iCampfire.tv is a Weerianna Street Media (WSM) creation and production and is a part of The Digital Dreamtime Project.

Weerianna Street Media (WSM) is a proud indigenous multimedia production company location in Roebourne, Western Australia.  

WSM is owned and operated by Tyson Mowarin – father, filmmaker, photographer, musician and a proud Ngarluma man.  Tyson lives in Roebourne in the West Australian Pilbara region.

iCampfire.tv is part of the The Digital Dreamtime Project - a series of multimedia projects all designed and created with the sole objective of exploring and exploiting digital technologies that will assist in the identification, preservation and documentation of Australian indigenous culture.

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