Kaurna is the heritage language of the Adelaide Plains. For more than 20 years Kaurna people have been rebuilding the language, and bringing the language back into prominence through signs, public performances, welcomes and many types of language class. This very active revitalisation effort has resulted in Kaurna being taught in schools and universities.
Number of people in Australia who speak an Australian Indigenous language at home: 61,798 (ABS Census Data, 2011)
Language Category: Australian Indigenous Languages
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