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South Australia is home to over 30 Aboriginal groups, each with distinct beliefs, cultural practices and languages

Australian Aboriginal culture is the longest continuing culture in the world. South Australia has a long and enduring Aboriginal history and ever evolving Aboriginal traditions.

Aboriginal sites and the stories associated with them often originate from the very distant past and, importantly, contribute to the living belief systems and customs of many contemporary Aboriginal people

Apply for Login

A login allows users to submit site recordings, RARB applications and Agreements/Authorisation requests for approval under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988. Logins may be issued to authorised members of RARBs and other heritage users. RARB users may also have access to site information from the central archive for the area of the RARB appointment.

When completing the application for login form you may be required to attach relevant information to support your application. This may include letters and signatures as indicated in the application form. Your application may not be approved if you do not attach the required information.

The application form also contains specific Terms and Conditions relating to each category of access. Please read the Terms and Conditions carefully before submitting your application. You will be unable to submit the application if you do not agree to the Terms and Conditions.