The Far West Languages Centre is the only Aboriginal language centre in South Australia.
The Centre is based in Ceduna just off the Eyre Highway at the Ceduna Arts and is set up to provide assistance and resources to the local endangered languages of the region, being Gugada/Kokatha, Mirning and Wirangu.
A program of the Ceduna Aboriginal Corporation the Language Centre concentrates on assisting the Aboriginal community of Ceduna with revitalisation and restoration of the local Aboriginal languages in the area and surrounding communities.
Concentrating on community engagement and developing fluent speaking of the languages the Far West Languages Centre provides training and development, through both formal and informal channels to assist in the continued growth and restoration of its target languages.
A key objective of the Far West Languages Centre is to aid and facilitate on-country cultural activities as a key aspect of language revitalisation and restoration.
Vital to the success of the Far West Languages Centre is the emphasis it places upon community engagement. Through consultation and facilitation the Far West Languages Centre is positioned to provide language resources and training in and around the Ceduna area with a key focus on developing the economic and cultural practises of the Aboriginal community.