This page is contains a few examples of Aboriginal material culture from Victoria and the Murray/Riverina region. It exists so that I can show students studying Introduction to Aboriginal Australia at Albury-Wodonga some aspects of indigenous material culture with which they may not be familiar. Apologies if there has been any unintended infringement of cultural ownership or copyright.
Aboriginal material culture that survives in the archaeological record includes:
Carved trees (not just trees from which bark canoes and coolamons [dishes] have been cut).
Plenty of Aboriginal material culture did not survive in the archaeological record, but some few items made it into museums, and some items are still being made to this day, including:
There is a collection of material culture from south eastern Australia at the Museum of Victoria, with items from the mid-nineteenth century through to recent times.