“Aboriginal astronomy” is the world’s first astronomy. It existed long before the Babylonians and Greeks studied the stars. For the ancient Aboriginal peoples of the NSW coast, also known as the Saltwater peoples, astronomy was an essential part of their culture. However, with the invasion of Australia in 1788, much of Saltwater culture, including the connections between their astronomy and songlines, were lost. In a stunning study seeking to revive a vital aspect of our nation’s cultural history, UNSW PhD Candidate Robert S. Fuller worked with 21 communities along the NSW coast to reawaken and reconfirm the connectedness of Aboriginal culture to the sky.