What languages are spoken by indigenous Australians?

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
aboriginals speak there own langue each tribe has a different language.

Here is a partial list:

Adnyamathanha

Aghu Tharnggalu

Alawa

Alngith

Alyawarr

Amarag

Ami

Andegerebinha

Angloromani

Anindilyakwa

Anmatyerre

Antakarinya

Arabana

Areba

Arrarnta, Western

Arrernte, Eastern

Atampaya

Australian Aborigines Sign Language

Australian Sign Language

Awabakal

Ayabadhu

Badimaya

Bandjalang

Bandjigali

Banggarla

Bardi

Barrow Point

Bayali

Bayungu

Bidyara

Biri

Broome Pearling Lugger Pidgin

Bunaba

Burarra

Burduna

Dagoman

Darling

Dayi

Dhalandji

Dhangu

Dhargari

Dhurga

Dhuwal

Dieri

Dirari

Djambarrpuyngu

Djamindjung

Djangun

Djauan

Djawi

Djeebbana

Djinang

Djinba

Djingili

Djiwarli

Dyaabugay

Dyaberdyaber

Dyangadi

Dyirbal

Dyugun

Erre

Flinders Island

Gadjerawang

Gagadu

Gambera

Gamilaraay

Ganggalida

Gangulu

Garawa

Garig-Ilgar

Giyug

Gooniyandi

Gudanji

Gugadj

Gugu Badhun

Gugu Warra

Gugubera

Guguyimidjir

Gumatj

Gungabula

Gunwinggu

Gunya

Gupapuyngu

Guragone

Gurdjar

Gureng Gureng

Gurinji

Guwamu

Guyani

Iwaidja

Jaru

Kala Lagaw Ya

Kalarko

Kalkutung

Kamu

Kanju

Karadjeri

Kariyarra

Kayardild

Kaytetye

Kitja

Kokata

Kriol

Kukatja

Kuku-Mangk

Kuku-Mu'inh

Kuku-Muminh

Kuku-Ugbanh

Kuku-Uwanh

Kuku-Yalanji

Kumbainggar

Kunbarlang

Kungarakany

Kunggara

Kunggari

Kunjen

Kurrama

Kuthant

Kuuku-Ya'u

Kwini

Lamu-Lamu

Laragia

Lardil

Leningitij

Limilngan

Madngele

Malay, Cocos Islands

Malgana

Manangkari

Manda

Mandandanyi

Mangala

Mangarayi

Mangerr

Mara

Maranunggu

Margany

Margu

Maridan

Maridjabin

Marimanindji

Maringarr

Marithiel

Mariyedi

Marriammu

Marti Ke

Martu Wangka

Martuyhunira

Maung

Mayaguduna

Maykulan

Mbabaram

Mbara

Mbariman-Gudhinma

Meriam

Miriwung

Miwa

Mudbura

Mullukmulluk

Muluridyi

Murrinh-Patha

Muruwari

Nakara

Nangikurrunggurr

Narrinyeri

Ngaanyatjarra

Ngadjunmaya

Ngalakan

Ngalkbun

Ngamini

Ngandi

Nganyaywana

Ngarinman

Ngarinyin

Ngarla

Ngarluma

Ngawun

Ngura

Ngurmbur

Nhanda

Nhuwala

Nijadali

Nimanbur

Nugunu

Nungali

Nunggubuyu

Nyamal

Nyangga

Nyangumarta

Nyawaygi

Nyigina

Nyulnyul

Nyunga

Pakanha

Panytyima

Pini

Pinigura

Pintiini

Pintupi-Luritja

Pirlatapa

Pitcairn-Norfolk

Pitjantjatjara

Pitta Pitta

Rembarunga

Ritarungo

Thayore

Thaypan

Thurawal

Tiwi

Tjurruru

Torres Strait Creole

Tyaraity

Umbindhamu

Umbugarla

Umbuygamu

Umpila

Uradhi

Urningangg

Wadjiginy

Wadjigu

Wagaya

Wageman

Wajarri

Wakawaka

Walmajarri

Wambaya

Wamin

Wandarang

Wangaaybuwan-Ngiyambaa

Wanggamala

Wangganguru

Wanman

Waray

Wardaman

Wariyangga

Warlmanpa

Warlpiri

Warluwara

Warrgamay

Warrwa

Warumungu

Warungu

Wikalkan

Wik-Epa

Wik-Iiyanh

Wik-Keyangan

Wik-Me'anha

Wik-Mungkan

Wik-Ngathana

Wikngenchera

Wilawila

Wiradhuri

Wirangu

Worimi

Worora

Wuliwuli

Wulna

Wunambal

Wurrugu

Yalarnnga

Yandruwandha

Yangman

Yankunytjatjara

Yan-nhangu

Yanyuwa

Yawarawarga

Yawuru

Yidiny

Yindjibarndi

Yindjilandji

Yinggarda

Yir Yoront

Yugambal
there are over seven hundred aboriginal languages that are currently known, the language is very complex and most of the languages follow similar sentence structure as Japanese and other asin languages, the language how ever sounds similar to Indian but uses not as many consanents.

Im am a butchulla man from frasier island (k'gari)

here is an example of my language:

garang'ga nganungai dala

sounds like: ga-rang-ga, nga-noong-eye, da-la

which means = this my hair/ this is my hair
There is no single language known as aboriginal. There were around 500-600 different aboriginal languages in Australia prior to European settlement.

To see a list of the different known aboriginal dialects, go to the related link below.

The related question also lists current languages spoken.
They speak aboriginal.
Aboriginals spoke more than 200 languages. Many of the following list are no longer current.

Adnyamathanha

Aghu Tharnggalu

Alawa

Alngith

Alyawarr

Amarag

Ami

Andegerebinha

Angloromani

Anindilyakwa

Anmatyerre

Antakarinya

Arabana

Areba

Arrarnta, Western

Arrernte, Eastern

Atampaya

Australian Aborigines Sign Language

Australian Sign Language

Awabakal

Ayabadhu

Badimaya

Bandjalang

Bandjigali

Banggarla

Bardi

Barrow Point

Bayali

Bayungu

Bidyara

Biri

Broome Pearling Lugger Pidgin

Bunaba

Burarra

Burduna

Dagoman

Darling

Dayi

Dhalandji

Dhangu

Dhargari

Dhurga

Dhuwal

Dieri

Dirari

Djambarrpuyngu

Djamindjung

Djangun

Djauan

Djawi

Djeebbana

Djinang

Djinba

Djingili

Djiwarli

Dyaabugay

Dyaberdyaber

Dyangadi

Dyirbal

Dyugun

Erre

Flinders Island

Gadjerawang

Gagadu

Gambera

Gamilaraay

Ganggalida

Gangulu

Garawa

Garig-Ilgar

Giyug

Gooniyandi

Gudanji

Gugadj

Gugu Badhun

Gugu Warra

Gugubera

Guguyimidjir

Gumatj

Gungabula

Gunwinggu

Gunya

Gupapuyngu

Guragone

Gurdjar

Gureng Gureng

Gurinji

Guwamu

Guyani

Iwaidja

Jaru

Kala Lagaw Ya

Kalarko

Kalkutung

Kamu

Kanju

Karadjeri

Kariyarra

Kayardild

Kaytetye

Kitja

Kokata

Kriol

Kukatja

Kuku-Mangk

Kuku-Mu'inh

Kuku-Muminh

Kuku-Ugbanh

Kuku-Uwanh

Kuku-Yalanji

Kumbainggar

Kunbarlang

Kungarakany

Kunggara

Kunggari

Kunjen

Kurrama

Kuthant

Kuuku-Ya'u

Kwini

Lamu-Lamu

Laragia

Lardil

Leningitij

Limilngan

Madngele

Malay, Cocos Islands

Malgana

Manangkari

Manda

Mandandanyi

Mangala

Mangarayi

Mangerr

Mara

Maranunggu

Margany

Margu

Maridan

Maridjabin

Marimanindji

Maringarr

Marithiel

Mariyedi

Marriammu

Marti Ke

Martu Wangka

Martuyhunira

Maung

Mayaguduna

Maykulan

Mbabaram

Mbara

Mbariman-Gudhinma

Meriam

Miriwung

Miwa

Mudbura

Mullukmulluk

Muluridyi

Murrinh-Patha

Muruwari

Nakara

Nangikurrunggurr

Narrinyeri

Ngaanyatjarra

Ngadjunmaya

Ngalakan

Ngalkbun

Ngamini

Ngandi

Nganyaywana

Ngarinman

Ngarinyin

Ngarla

Ngarluma

Ngawun

Ngura

Ngurmbur

Nhanda

Nhuwala

Nijadali

Nimanbur

Nugunu

Nungali

Nunggubuyu

Nyamal

Nyangga

Nyangumarta

Nyawaygi

Nyigina

Nyulnyul

Nyunga

Pakanha

Panytyima

Pini

Pinigura

Pintiini

Pintupi-Luritja

Pirlatapa

Pitcairn-Norfolk

Pitjantjatjara

Pitta Pitta

Rembarunga

Ritarungo

Thayore

Thaypan

Thurawal

Tiwi

Tjurruru

Torres Strait Creole

Tyaraity

Umbindhamu

Umbugarla

Umbuygamu

Umpila

Uradhi

Urningangg

Wadjiginy

Wadjigu

Wagaya

Wageman

Wajarri

Wakawaka

Walmajarri

Wambaya

Wamin

Wandarang

Wangaaybuwan-Ngiyambaa

Wanggamala

Wangganguru

Wanman

Waray

Wardaman

Wariyangga

Warlmanpa

Warlpiri

Warluwara

Warrgamay

Warrwa

Warumungu

Warungu

Wikalkan

Wik-Epa

Wik-Iiyanh

Wik-Keyangan

Wik-Me'anha

Wik-Mungkan

Wik-Ngathana

Wikngenchera

Wilawila

Wiradhuri

Wirangu

Worimi

Worora

Wuliwuli

Wulna

Wunambal

Wurrugu

Yalarnnga

Yandruwandha

Yangman

Yankunytjatjara

Yan-nhangu

Yanyuwa

Yawarawarga

Yawuru

Yidiny

Yindjibarndi

Yindjilandji

Yinggarda

Yir Yoront

Yugambal
Originally there were over 200 aboriginal languages in Australia.

There is no single language known as aboriginal. There were around 500-600 different aboriginal languages in Australia prior to European settlement.

To see a list of the different known aboriginal dialects, go to the related link below.

The related question also lists current languages spoken.