• Creating a culturally-inclusive
     digital future for all

    First Nations people connecting

    critical technology to Country

Indigital Founder Mikaela Jade 

with Bulardja Elder Neville Namarnyilk

Warami / Welcome

Indigital is an Indigenous owned profit-for-purpose company creating a culturally diverse and inclusive digital future for all. We do this by building cultural connection and digital capability in critical technologies.​ 
From an organisation that trailblazed cultural augmented, mixed and virtual reality in 2012, to upskilling Australia’s future workforce in critical technologies, to co-designing Australia’s largest Data Centres in 2022, we have a practical understanding of what it takes to embed cultural knowledge systems in technology development, education and infrastructure. 

We use digital technologies – like AI, augmented or mixed realities – as a pathway to learning Indigenous heritage, and we use First Nations' culture to teach digital skills as a pathway to the future of work. 


​Let's walk together

Indigital builds cultural connection and digital skills through our Connecting to Country and Indigital Schools programs.  Walk with us to find out more. 

First Nations

Indigital’s Connecting to Country program has a proven track record of delivering successful on-Country engagement programs that have built lasting relationships between our corporate partners and the original Custodians on whose lands they operate.  

Indigital takes an integrated approach to connecting with Country which includes Indigenous cultural values, land stewardship, and community engagement into critical technology infrastructure projects and mining operations. 

We work with our clients to ensure our Connecting to Country program facilitates a respectful and collaborative relationship between the company, project stakeholders, and Indigenous communities that extends to the broader community.

"In the spirit of collaborating and listening, Microsoft is proud to work with Indigital and Dharug Nation Traditional Custodians to reflect Indigenous connection to Country at our Kemps Creek Data Centre.” 
– Steven Worrall, Managing Director, Microsoft Australia
Indigital Schools is an Indigenous-designed teacher professional development training program for primary and secondary schools. It enables teachers to connect with and learn from Elders about cultural knowledge, history and language, while learning digital skills in metaverse-bridging technologies. Teachers are then supported to implement this program in their classrooms via Indigital Classrooms.   
Indigital Schools is:
  • Future-focused: Building digital skills and cultural competency. 
  • Curriculum-linked: Resources and lessons are developed by industry leaders and are curriculum-linked to key learning areas. 
  • First Nations-led: Content is Indigenous-led and designed in collaboration with Elders and community. 
"For many teachers who are not Indigenous, teaching about Indigenous cultures can often be daunting. In a similar vein, working with new technologies can also be scary for those who aren’t tech savvy. Indigital provides you with support in the tech side and gives you the tools to make meaningful connections with community."

Matthew Clohessy, Classroom Teacher Coreen School, Blacktown NSW
First Nations

With the dawn of the metaverse, First Nations peoples have an unprecedented opportunity to express our cultures, traditions and values in new and exciting ways. From creating immersive virtual experiences to crafting digital art – this is a chance for Indigenous creativity to thrive.

At Indigital, ICIP principals are taught to any organisation we partner with. We empower Elders to recognise that they are experts in their field and need to be remunerated for their time and skill.

Elders, Knowledge Holders and all members of our Community are invited on this journey.

"I am not tech savvy but I'm always willing to learn – particularly as our students enjoy working with technology, which you can see by how much time they spend on their devices. I love to use the Indigital app to create cultural aspects of my knowledge, then creating a QR code and the item comes alive. I also love forming a partnership with the schools that will go on after we have completed the Indigital Program."
– Lynnette Solomon-DentMonaro/Ngarigo Elder, Koorie Education Workforce

Our work at 
Kemps Creek

Led by our Elders, we share cultural knowledge through a digital lens and teach digital skills through a cultural lens. We're inspiring elders, young people and educators to reach beyond what they think is possible for themselves.

Ready to explore what's possible with Indigital?

Bayalaya / Let's talk