The Warlpiri are a nation of Aboriginal Australians, many of whom speak the Warlpiri language. There are 5,000–6,000 Warlpiri, living mostly in a few towns and settlements scattered through their traditional land in Australia’s Northern Territory, north and west of Alice Springs. Their largest community is at Yuendumu and many live also at Willowra, Lajamanu, Nyirrpi, Mount Allen and smaller settlements. Many also live in Alice Springs and Tennant Creek. About 3,000 still speak the Warlpiri language.
This is a film describing First Aid training in Alice Springs with Walpiri people.
It contains also a song against Petrol Sniffing, Ganga and drinking Alcohol.
It is part of Tji Tji doctor training