Who are the native people of australia?

Australia's indigenous people, or natives, are known as the Aborigines, or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

They are a class of peoples who are identified by Australian law as being members of a race indigenous to the Australian continent. They also do not refer to themselves as Aborigines or aboriginal, but identify themselves by tribal names that reflect their language or ancestral home territory.

A map showing the different tribal names can be found at the related link.