Gumbaynggirr consent determination

The Gumbaynggirr People are the Native Title Holders over Consent Determination lands and waters now known as Gaagal Wanggaan (South Beach) National Park. This ownership of the consent determination lands by the LALCs, adds further strength to the Gumbaynggirr People … Continue reading

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NSW HOSTS FIRST OCHRE HEALING FORUM

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Victor Dominello said the first OCHRE Healing Forum, which took place in Sydney today at the University of NSW, marked a crucial step in advancing the dialogue about trauma and healing and developing best practice policy … Continue reading

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Healing

The NSW Government acknowledges that the types of serious issues that can affect Aboriginal communities are symptoms of trauma. The NSW Government’s plan for Aboriginal affairs, OCHRE,  acknowledges these traumas and commits the Government to work with Aboriginal people to … Continue reading

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We respect Aboriginal peoples as the first peoples and custodians of NSW.

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The artist: Kim Healey
The artwork; Two Tribes

Kim Healey is a descendant of the Bundjalung and Gumbaynggirr nations, and also a descendant of the Djunbun (Platypus) Clan, original custodians of the Washpool at Lionsville in Northern NSW. She currently lives within country in South Grafton NSW, creating and telling her stories along the mighty “Clarence River”. Kim strives to capture country and utilise her voice through her work, to interpret the world around her.
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