Welcome to the Goldfields Aboriginal Language Centre (GALC) website!

This is the website for the Goldfields Aboriginal Languages Centre. The project commenced in 2011 and aims to record, lingusitically analyse and database the Aboriginal languages of the Goldfields, WA, region in order to create preservation and use documents such as dictionaries and grammars. This work is done in partnership with each language group of the Goldfields. The Project team partners with each language group to create teaching and learning resources in order for people to enjoy their languages and teach children language speaking, reading and writing skills. You’ll find lots of information about the languages of our region and the language project on this website but if you would like more, drop us an email via the contact form!

Training & Education

GALC runs full-day cultural competency training (CCT) for members of the public. Group bookings also available. See the Training section here for further information.


Watch out for up coming GALC events in the below ‘events’ section or checkout our Facebook page! GALC runs monthly cultural competency training, the annual Goldfields Language Awards and NAIDOC week stalls and activities.

Online Shop

GALC stocks a range of books and language resources in the Kalgoorlie office. Check out the resources out online and order via email info@wangka.com.au New resources are being made all the time, so check back in every few months!

Aboriginal Language Vox Pops

GALC's Location

Upcoming Events

Cultural Competency Training Dates for 2019. For more info see the Training section of this website.

  1. Thursday 31st January 2019
  2. Thursday 28th February 2019
  3. Thursday 28th March 2019
  4. Thursday 23rdMay 2019
  5. Thursday 20th June 2019
  6. Thursday 18th July 2019
  7. Thursday 22nd August 2019
  8. Thursday 26th September 2019
  9. Thursday 24th October 2019
  10. Thursday 28th November 2019

Contact GALC to book places on (08)9021 3788 or info@wangka.com.au

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