Buried Country is a highly regarded documentary film, book and soundtrack album  and now also a stageshow as well. It is a prosopography, created by noted writer Clinton Walker, that tells the story of Australian country music in the Aboriginal community by focussing on the genre's most important stars.
The book Buried Country: The Story of Aboriginal Country Music, written by Clinton Walker, was originally published by Pluto Press in 2000; the Film Australia documentary was directed by Andy Nehl, narrated by Kev Carmody, written by Clinton Walker and shot by Warwick Thornton. Film Australia has produced a study guide.
In 2015, the book was re-published in a new updated edition by Verse Chorus Press, and the 2-CD album set was also re-released in a new rebooted version called Buried Country 1.5. As a consequence of the success of this rebirth, Buried Country has now been mounted as a touring stageshow adaptation that made its premiere at the Playhouse in Newcastle in August, 2016, starring many of the surviving elders of the tradition plus a younger generation of singers and songwriters as well, and is currently appearing on the festival circuit throughout Australia.
- Stuart Coupe, (19 August 2000), Black and blues: Buried Country, Sydney Morning Herald: Spectrum, p. 3 retrieved 15 May 2013
- Karl Neuenfeldt, (September 2001), Review: Buried Country: The Story of Aboriginal Country Music by Clinton Walker, API review of books, (Perth, Australian Public Intellectual Network) Archived 15 December 2013 at the Wayback Machine., ISSN 1833-0932
- Combined Review: Buried Country, (2002), Metro Magazine, Issue 134, ISSN 0312-2654
- Kirkbright, Christopher J. (2000). Study Guide: Buried Country: the story of Aboriginal country music (PDF). Film Australia. p. 73. ISBN 1-86403-152-2. Retrieved 11 October 2008.