About us

OneTalk Technology was developed in conjunction with Traditional Owners and elders in the Northern Territory in response to the need to communicate effectively. OneTalk operates in Darwin, on the land of the Larrakia people. The Top End is home to one of the most diverse language footprints in the world. We pay our respects to the Elders past and present.

OneTalk is dedicated to improving communication and social wellbeing for Aboriginals living in regional and remote communities. OneTalk talking posters are IP patent protected and are the only independent communication tool that can deliver a controlled and targeted message in multiple languages at the press of a button.

Anya Lorimer has been developing Indigenous communication tools and campaigns for over 21 years while continuing to learn about the peoples and culture of regional and remote Northern Australia. Communicating in language is key to the long-term health and wellbeing of Aboriginals. Anya solely funded the development of OneTalk Technology, driven by a desire to create a product that could change the face of communicating with Aboriginals. The result is a patented product that has gained acceptance in the Indigenous communication space not only in the Northern Territory, but across Australia.

Please note: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material.

Our Products

Talking Posters

Lightweight and durable, Talking Poster artwork is printed on to 6mm thick material. Audio is loaded onto each unit via a converter to ensure messages cannot be tampered with.

Talking Albums

Featuring 200 minutes of recording time across up to 20 internal pages, each with its own unique play/stop button. Messages in a talking album cannot be re-recorded.

Integrated Campaigns

We can partner with Campaign Edge Sprout to develop your talking product audio and artwork and adapt it for use across a number of integrated communications.


The Northern Territory is one of the most linguistically diverse areas in the world. Professional translations ensure an accurate and powerful message can be delivered in language.


Illustrations are a culturally sensitive and appropriate way to depict a scene or story. OneTalk works with illustrators who can provide diverse illustrative styles.

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Rosalie Kunoth-Monks - The importance of language

What our clients say

Love your product.  Presented it and the police found the road safety posters at an Inter Agency Task Force meeting at Alyangula today.  The new GBM and the CEO of ALC were impressed.  Later I took them down to the Dugong where the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation are running a first language early years oracy project.  The founder was also impressed.  The Indigenous linguists were excited and trying to guess whose voice it was.

Gabby Kennedy Executive Principal Support - Angurugu 

Talking posters are an innovative tool that are helping our team raise the profile of respiratory disease. Having the option for local language makes the posters a fun way to deliver health messages and importantly addresses issues such as language barriers.

Gabrielle McCallum Menzies Clinical Research Operations Manager, Respiratory Program - Child Health Division – Darwin

OneTalk talking posters and other products have been a “God-send”. We are now confident that any/all health information we need to provide for our clients is understood and as a result we are seeing significant improvement in clients’ responses. Miwatj Health has absolutely no hesitation in recommending One Talk to any organization needing to convey important information in a similar linguistic and cultural context.

Ric Browne Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation - Tobacco Control Co-ordinator – Nhulunbuy