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Ngurrara iPad App

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About the 'Ngurrara' App. for iPad.

The Ngurrara app is an interactive storybook where the reader can swipe to turn the page and tap on the text to hear the story narrated.   The Ngurrara story is an original ‘fictionalised history’, it is based on real stories of real Australian aboriginal people, known as Ngarluma people who lived at Murujuga, also known as the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia, and recorded their stories as rock carvings . Ngurrara means ‘belonging to country’ in the Ngarluma language. The Ngarluma people are the traditional owners of Murujuga, also known as the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia where the story is set.  Murujuga is home to approximately one million petroglyphs (rock carvings), some of which are more than 30,000 years old.  This story is about the Ngarluma people and their continued connection to their country over thousands of years.  The app also includes a rock art carving feature to allow readers to create their own rock art.

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