What are the official Aboriginal languages spoken in Australia?

No languages are listed as "official" languages in Australia. The following is a list of current, viable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages still spoken in Australia. Only twenty of the languages are considered "strong", while the others are endangered.

1. Aboriginal English

2. Anjumarla

3. Arabana

4. Arrernta

5. Awabakal

6. Ayapathu

7. Bardi

8. Bunganditj

9. Bunuba

10. Dalabon

11. Darug

12. Dyirbal

13. Ganai/Kurnai

14. Garawa

15. Gooniyandi

16. Gumbaynggir

17. Gunggari

18. Gurindji

19. Guugu Yimithirr

20. Jagera/Yuragubul

21. Jaru

22. Jingulu

23. Jiwarli

24. Kala Lagaw Ya

25. Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay

26. Kaurna

27. Kayardild

28. Koko-Bera

29. Kriol, pidgins

30. Kukatja

31. Kuku Yalanji

32. Kutthung

33. Malyangapa

34. Marriammu

35. Martuthunira

36. Mawng

37. Meriam Mir

38. Murrinh-Patha

39. Narrungga

40. Ndjebbana

41. Ngadjon

42. Ngalakan

43. Ngarrindjeri

44. Ngiyampaa

45. Nhirrpi

46. Noongar

47. Nyangumarta

48. Paakantyi

49. Pakanh

50. Palawa Kani

51. Pitjantjatjara

52. Pitta Pitta

53. Tiwi

54. Tjapukai

55. Uw Oykangand

56. Wagiman

57. Wambaya

58. Wangkatha

59. Wardaman

60. Warlmanpa

61. Warlpiri

62. Warrungu

63. Waramungu

64. wemba Wemba

65. Wiradjuri

66. Yaegl

67. Yandrruwandha

68. Yanyuwa

69. Yindjibarndi

70. Yolngu

71. Yorta Yorta

72. Yugambeh

73. Yukulta

74. Yuwaalaraay