Interpreters for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages can be sourced from a number of organisations in the the end of the NT. Below are listed a a number of these organisations with some information on the services they provide. Information on Auslan interpreters for the hearing impaired is also included.
Aboriginal Interpreter Service
The Aboriginal Interpreter Service in the Northern Territory (NT) has about 30 interpreters on staff covering the major languages of the NT
ARDS Aboriginal Corporation
Providing linguists and Indigenous language workers that develop a range of language resources, and also provide high quality translation services. Primarily specialising in yolngu matha languages from north-east Arnhem land.
Aboriginal Broadcasting Australia
Can provide access to a range of interpreters for production of media messages in a wide variety of Aboriginal languages.
National Auslan Interpreter Booking & payment Service
Sign language interpreter service for clients who are deaf or hearing impaired.
Charles Darwin University Yolngu Studies
Providing access to a range of resources and courses in Yolngu Languages and culture from north-east Arnhem Land.