Gawler Ranges Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC

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The Gawler Ranges Aboriginal Corporation was incorporated on the 16 December 2011 and administers land on behalf of the Gawler Ranges People. They were first recognised in the McNamara/Gawler Ranges People determination that was handed down on 19 December 2011. The Gawler Ranges native title consent determination recognises the non-exclusive native title rights to access, hunt, fish, camp gather and use the natural resources, undertake cultural activities, conduct ceremonies and meetings, and protect places of cultural and religious significance.

The determination arose from a native title claim first lodged in 1997 over an area of approximately 34,000 square kilometres in the Gawler Ranges area and Lake Gardiner National Park in South Australia. The consent determination recognises the Gawler Ranges peoples non-exclusive native title rights to access, hunt, fish, and camp gather and use natural resources, undertake cultural activities, conduct ceremonies and meetings, and protect places of cultural and religious significance.

Type of RNTBC
Agent
Contact number
08 8210 1236
Postal address
C/- Norman Waterhouse Lawyers Level 15, 45 Pirie Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Office Address
Suite 13, 15-15A Darling Terrace, WHYALLA SA 5600
Email
PBC link
PBC size
Small
Region
SA
Date of incorporation
16 Dec, 2011
Date of registration
20 Dec, 2011
ICN (Indigenous Corporation Number)
7652
Link to ORIC

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Gawler Ranges native title determination welcomed

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Gawler Ranges native title granted

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3.5 million hectares of Gawler Ranges returned to Aboriginal title

"It is a very important occasion first for the Gawler Ranges people, because it represents a recognition by all of the Australian people of...