First Languages Australia is working with regional language centres nationally to develop a map of Australian languages that reflects the names and groupings favoured by community.
Regional language centres have provided updated maps for their regions to be collated into this interactive map of languages and language families. Some regions have choosen to show related languages linked by colour. Knowing which languages are related can help with sharing language resources.
This map has been designed and produced in a way that allows language centres and communities to update information as they require.
To date the language centres listed below have contributed to this map. If you feel that your language is not correctly represented please contact your local language centre and they will pass on any required changes.