bäpurru ga bäpurru napurru ga
nhina, dhäruk dharrwamirri, ga wäŋa dharrwamirri.
Wäŋa napurruŋgu mala
yäku Miliŋinbi, Ramangiṉiŋ, Galiwin'ku, Gapuwiyak ga Yirrkala, ga
wiripu dharrwa nyumurrku wäŋa mala yirralka.
Ŋunhi ŋäthili baman' birr walal waŋarr
mala wäŋakurru gana marrtjina, yolŋu'yulŋunha marrtjina nhirrpara
miṯtji ga miṯtji, ga wäŋa walalaŋgu bokmara, ga matha, ga
manikay, ga buŋgul, ga raŋga.
Ŋuli nhuma djäl margithinyarawa napurruŋgala, nhe dhu dhiyala
website-ŋura ga waŋa
|We the Yolŋu people, in all our different
groups, have many languages and many lands.
townships are Milingimbi, Ramingining, Galiwin'ku, Gapuwiyak and
Yirrkala. There are also many
other small homelands.
It was at the beginning of time that the creating ancestors walked over
the country, putting the groups of Yolŋu peoples in place, creating our
lands, languages, ancestral songs, ceremonies, and sacred law.