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Akeyulerre Healing Centre – Ayeye-ke Ilyelhme | Stories and Songs of the Land

For many years, the elders have spoken about the importance of maintaining Arrernte songs and stories, in 2022, we have been able to realise the Ayeye-ke Ilyelhme project.

Arrernte people hold important songs and stories of the land, these are integral to the connection and identity of Arrernte people. Central and Eastern Arrernte recordings for men and women will be revived from various archived collections and stored on a locally accessible database for the appropriate Arrernte families.

The revitalised recordings will be used by men and women, under the guidance of elders, to learn and continue to pass these important traditions to future generations.

Elders and families will guide the right process for individuals and groups to share, record and learn their song lines on country.


How to access this service

, Phone and Walk in

This service is for

All Genders

This service is for ages

All Ages

What else you should know

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander specific service
Designed for Families
No / Self referral
Interpreter service availability

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  • 5 Stuart Terrace, Alice Springs NT 0870


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