Community Yarn Ups – oral/video and photo history recording sessions held at locations around the country – are a vital part of the Serving Our Country Project.
Through the Yarn Ups and other interviews undertaken we can gather the important stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Service in defence of country. The Yarn Ups are structured to allow individuals to tell their story, their way, and these histories are helping us to present a richer, deeper history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders service and memories of their involvement, that relying on archives alone could not achieve.
- View a map, full list and descriptions of all the Yarn Ups and interviews undertaken for the project;
- View selected Yarn Up participant’s profiles and interviews;
- View more information about how the Yarn Ups worked and how people participated; and
- View details and information on participants’ consent to be involved in the project.
If you have any further questions about the Yarn Ups, please contact our Community Consultation Coordinator Craig Greene.