For help in citing First Peoples' knowledges you can refer to the Indigenous Referencing Guidance for Indigenous Knowledges. It provides direction on the respectful attribution of knowledges. It also includes decision making tools for selecting appropriate sources, and for adhering to the protocols and responsibilities attached to citing First Peoples' knowledges.
Referencing examples of different resource types are included in APA style. These can be reformatted to align with other referencing styles.
The guide is based based on the Victorian context but can be applied to the acknowledgement of First Peoples' knowledges nationally.
For further advice about referencing and citing protocols for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander resources, refer to the Australian Government Style Manual section for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
The Library guide First Peoples' knowledges has more information.