Language Program

The Wiradjuri Condobolin Corporation Language Program (WCC LP) is supported by the Australian Government to restore, revive and reclaim Indigenous Languages.

About Us

We currently work with the following language groups:





FAQs – What we do. Plain & Simple!

What languages can you work with?

We are currently able to work with the following language groups: Wiradjuri (D10), Wemba Wemba/Wamba Wamba (D1), Yorta Yorta (D2) and Nari Nari (D9).

How are you funded?

The Wiradjuri Condobolin Corporation Language Program is funded through an agreement with the Australian Government represented by the Department of Communications and the Arts (DoCA).

This funding agreement stream it is officially known as ILA37-1.1 of the Indigenous Languages and Arts (languages) stream.

Who makes language and resource decisions within the program?

The traditional language owners make decisions within the program. We (WCC & WCC LP) do not make any decisions in regard to Language outcomes, contents or projects.

Decisions are made through language reference groups consisting of elders, community members etc.

Why is Wiradjuri handling other languages?

Wiradjuri Condobolin Corporation (WCC) is based on Wiradjuri country in both Condobolin and Wagga Wagga. Our language program deals with multiple language groups.

Each of these language groups are independently controlled and guided by the traditional language owners. WCC helps facilitate language group goals and initiatives; and actively removes itself from all decision making.

What can you do?

We are able to develop a large variety of both digital and physical resources including dictionary apps, flash cards, learning games (digital/physical), online learning platforms, toolkits and much more.

Recently we have found much success with the internal development of Language Dictionary apps for several communities.
In addition to team members who are skilled in development, audio and video production we also have a fully qualified Linguist with over 40 year’s experience on staff to help communities and language groups.

Let us know your goals and ideas and we’ll work out how to make them happen.

We already have programs and initiatives in place, can you help with them?

Absolutely. We would love to hear about your current language program activities and discuss how me may be able to help you achieve and surpass your goals.

Who owns the content?

The Traditional Language owners will always own and retain all language content.

Are we locked into any agreements or contracts?

No. Plain and simple. We work and collaborate with our funding language groups who wish to take advantage of our abilities, technology and outcomes.

If at anytime you wish to remove any digital content or cease work on an initiative we will after written request do so.

How do we get in touch?

Please get in touch via the contact form. If you have any questions, ideas for resources or projects we may be able to help with we’d love to hear from you.

Contact us

Wiradjuri Condobolin Corporation is supported by the Australian Government to restore, revive and reclaim Indigenous Languages.
We are currently in contracted and in contact with the Wiradjuri, Nari Nari, Wemba Wemba and Yorta Yorta language groups.

For any inquiries please use the contact form below.

We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this Country and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.