Three indigenous Bible translation projects, started through the support of Bible Society in Australia (BSiA), are continuing through private donations and individual church support. The projects are in Nyoongar, southwest Western Australia; Dhurga at Mogo near Bateman’s Bay NSW and in Yumplatok (Torres Strait Creole). With support from BSiA and Bible Society NSW, the Nyoongar project (WA) completed a first draft translation of Luke’s Gospel two years ago. The Nyoongar people were the original inhabitants of the southwest of Western Australia. Translation in the Dhurga project continues enthusiastically at the Boomerang Centre at Mogo, the Anglican Aboriginal outreach centre. The third project is the work being done in the Yumplatok language, also known as Torres Strait Creole. (Bible Society, New South Wales)