Deadly & Proud
Storytellers & Advocates

Discover stories from Victoria's Traditional Owners and Aboriginal Victorians, drawing on their knowledge, experiences and histories.

The storytellers and advocates you'll meet here are Aboriginal people with a deep connection to Victoria, who share their views on why we can all be proud to be on the path to treaty.

  • Photo of Keicha DayPhoto of Keicha Day

    Keicha Day

  • Photo of Tyson Lovett-Murray & Uncle Johnny LovettPhoto of Tyson Lovett-Murray & Uncle Johnny Lovett

    Uncle Johnny Lovett & Tyson Lovett-Murray

  • Photo of Tracey RigneyPhoto of Tracey Rigney

    Tracey Rigney

  • Photo of PhillyPhoto of Philly

    Phillip ‘Philly’ Murray

  • Photo of Trent NelsonPhoto of Trent Nelson

    Trent Nelson

  • Photo of Aunty Fay CarterPhoto of Aunty Fay Carter

    Aunty Fay Carter

  • Photo of Aunty Edna Stewart & Aunty Muriel WilliamsPhoto of Aunty Edna Stewart & Aunty Muriel Williams

    Aunty Edna Stewart & Aunty Muriel Williams

  • Photo of Aunty Susan MartinPhoto of Aunty Susan Martin

    Aunty Susan Martin

  • Photo of Stephen ThorpePhoto of Stephen Thorpe

    Stephen Thorpe

  • Photo of Cienan MuirPhoto of Cienan Muir

    Cienan Muir

  • Photo of Professor Gary FoleyPhoto of Professor Gary Foley

    Professor Gary Foley

  • Jadah PleiterJadah Pleiter

    Jadah Pleiter

  • The First Peoples’ Assembly of VictoriaThe First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria

    The First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria

  • Photo of Aunty Marlene GilsonPhoto of Aunty Marlene Gilson

    Aunty Marlene Gilson

  • Photo of Archie RoachPhoto of Archie Roach

    Archie Roach

  • Photo of Miranda TapsellPhoto of Miranda Tapsell

    Miranda Tapsell

  • Photo of Kristy DickinsonPhoto of Kristy Dickinson

    Kristy Dickinson

  • Photo of Courtney UglePhoto of Courtney Ugle

    Courtney Ugle

  • Photo of Tony ArmstrongPhoto of Tony Armstrong

    Tony Armstrong