Songs translated into Sydney Aboriginal language - Biyal Biyal

A selection of nursery rhymes and Australian songs in Aboriginal language available as free downloadable PDFs and audio to play. Click on the song card image, to view and download the full song translated into Aboriginal language. Play the song files to hear how the words are sung and spoken in the Sydney Aboriginal language of Biyal Biyal.

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Are you sleeping Brother JohnJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:34
Australian National AnthemJeremy Steele
00:00 / 01:06
HEADS AND SHOULDERSJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:27
How beautifuly blue the skyJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:30
Humpty DumptyJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:27
I want a hippopotamus for ChristmasJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:21
Kookaburra sits in the Old Gum TreeJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:25
My name is BennelongJeremy Steele
00:00 / 01:37
On the road to GundagaiJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:42
Once a Jolly SwagmanJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:27
One two three four fiveJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:36
Redfern All BlacksJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:30
Show Me the Way to Go HomeJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:34
Sing a song of SixpenceJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:51
TWINKE TWINKLE LITTLE STARJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:51
Wallaby songJeremy Steele
00:00 / 00:21
Aboriginal Languages of Australia
Words from the Sydney Aboriginal Language Biyal Biyal
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