WARNING: Please proceed with caution when reading the following information!

Kolangkolang

This is a species of bat and is the men's spirit form. Awabakal people believed this bat to be the creator of men, or men transformed into the bat after death. It was believed that there would be consequences to anyone that poked fun at or injured this bat.

WARNING: The word should not be said aloud by any man or boy, although reading the word is permitted. Women and girls may speak the word out loud.  

Tilmun

This is a species of a small bird and is the women's spirit form. Awabakal people believed this bird to be the creator of women, or women transformed into the bird after death. It was believed that there would be consequences to anyone that poked fun at or injured this bird.

WARNING: The word should not be said aloud by any woman or girl, although reading the word is permitted. Men and boys may speak the word out loud.

The Kangaroo that Lives Inside Nobbies

This story is men's business and should not be told to women or children. Consultation with a male elder is the correct protocol regarding this story.

How the Platypus Came to Be

Due to the graphic nature of this story it is not appropriate for children.

Pulbah Island

This island is a place of men's business. Women and children should not set foot upon it.