Gundungurra Indigenous Land Use Agreement

Government Approved Tenancy Agreement
December 9, 2020
Herd Share Agreement
December 10, 2020

Gundungurra Indigenous Land Use Agreement

Mr Allen said the complainants had “stolen” cultural knowledge from his family to prove a connection to the country. ILUA does not recognize the national title over these countries. The gundungurra agreed to withdraw their original right to register the agreement. “We have proven our connection with the country and the country. What gives someone else the right to think that they can come and claim it?¬†Other sites include Jooriland, Byrnes Creek, Nattai, Little River, Tonalli River and Werriberri. The statement “Warrabinga-Wiradjuri #7” was initiated by a group of people in central NSW and claims land in the Blue Mountains, covered by an existing Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) with the Gundungurra. This indigenous land use agreement exists between gundungurra, Gundungurra Tribal Council Aboriginal Corporation, Gundungurra Aboriginal Heritage Association and NSW Government. YNILUA will provide a permanent set of benefits to ensure long-term self-determination and economic independence and opportunities for the Yamatji people. The benefits package includes a number of components, including cash, economic development opportunities, Aboriginal heritage protection, recognition, housing, governance, access to water, land and a protected area management package. The Yamatji Nation Indigenous Land Use Agreement was approved by all stakeholders in December 2019 and executed on February 9, 2020, when the Federal Court of Justice also found that the Yamatji Nation has non-exclusive local titles and interests on selected parcels in the territory of the contract.

The parties agreed on the principle on July 30, 2019. Dr Alison Vivian, a senior researcher at the University of Technology Sydney jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning, said: “The problem is that national title law requires difficult borders, but traditional Aboriginal countries have no difficult borders.” On August 31, 2017, the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs proposed to apply an alternative provision to four national claims of 48,000 km2 of land and water in the Geraldton area: Southern Yamatji, Hutt River, Widi Mob and Mullewa Wadjari. The proposal includes a large area between Hampton, near the Jenolan Caves, and the local government territory of Wingecarribee and includes areas of Blue Mountains National Park and private land in Jooriland, near Yerranderie. The management of the Aboriginal community and Torres Strait Islander may be severely affected by the type of land ownership owned or managed by the municipality.

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