Aboriginal Interpreter Service
- Aboriginal languages in NT
The Northern Territory is one of the most linguistically diverse areas in the world. Find out about local Aboriginal languages and dialects.
- About the Aboriginal Interpreter Service
Learn about Aboriginal interpreting services in the Northern Territory, and the benefits of using a registered interpreter.
- Aboriginal language and plain English guide
Information about Aboriginal language and plain English for Aboriginal interpreters.
- Aboriginal language recording projects
Learn how to plan and book an Aboriginal language recording project with the Aboriginal Interpreting Service.
- Become an Aboriginal interpreter
Find out what you need to do to become an Aboriginal interpreter with the Aboriginal Interpreter Service.
- Contact Aboriginal Interpreter Service
Find out how to contact the Aboriginal Interpreter Service in Darwin or Alice Springs.
- Fees for Aboriginal Interpreter Service
If you use the Aboriginal Interpreter Service, you need to pay a fee. You may also need to pay for the interpreter's travel costs.
- Aboriginal interpreter training
Find out about Aboriginal interpreter training and assessment requirements in the Northern Territory.
- Book an Aboriginal interpreter
Find out how to book an Aboriginal interpreter, including by phone or video, in the Northern Territory.
- When to use an Aboriginal interpreter
Steps you can take to identify whether a person needs an Aboriginal interpreter, including how to assess comprehension and communication.
- Working With Interpreter Training (WWIT)
How to book a Communicating Across Languages workshop at the Aboriginal Interpreting Service NT.
- Video and phone interpreting service
How to book a telephone or video session with an Aboriginal interpreter
- Aboriginal language police cautions
You can get the Northern Territory police caution in 18 Aboriginal languages. The caution is used by police when they want to question somebody.