Who are we as Australians?

Let’s explore our stories together. Share where we’ve come from, who we are and where we are all going together into the future.

Walk in 3 Worlds Podcast is an exciting intercultural change making space with stories inclusive of Australian First Nations people (Indigenous), multicultural (new migrants) and the early migrants (colonists and convict descendants). 

We are a healing and unification podcast that will educate, entertain, inspire and encourage a deeper respect for each other who choose to call Australia home.

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Noel Pearson

“Australia is a ‘three-story nation’, comprising:
* the oldest living culture in the world, written into our landscape and heritage;
* a British system of law and governance, institutions and traditions;
*and a rich multicultural mix of people and cultures from all over the world.”

~ Noel Pearson, First Nations Activist & Lawyer

Taitu’uga Kitch Wesche

“It is time for us to heal, walk in these 3 worlds, have healthy intercultural conversations and embrace Australia as an inclusive, peaceful, cohesive and antiracist society.”

~ Taitu’uga Kitch, Samoan Talking High Chief, Artist, Actor and EDM Musician.

Latest Episode of Walk in 3 Worlds Podcast

Wi3W – Ep. 22 – Uncle Alan Parsons and Andrew Schulz speak about Goondeen, a new Outback Museum in Charleville and lots more
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Wi3W – Ep. 22 – Uncle Alan Parsons and Andrew Schulz speak about Goondeen, a new Outback Museum in Charleville and lots more

About Uncle Alan Parsons (Hear Uncle Alan on our very first Podcast here) Alan C. Parsons was born in Charleville and has traditional links to the Bidjira/Yiman people in Central Queensland. Alan is a recognised visual artist who was encouraged to explore his talents and discovered a strong cultural affinity to his artistic expression. Alan…

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