Historic native title deal signed

NSW Minister for the Environment Bob Debus, NSW Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Reba Meagher and NSW Minister for Lands Tony Kelly present a signed Interim Land Use Agreement (ILUA) document to Githabul elder Auntie Charlotte Page during a ceremony at Woodenbong Showground last week attended by around 600 people. The agreement, the biggest native title deal on the eastern seaboard, covers 112,000 hectares of national parks and state forests in the Kyogle, Woodenbong and Tenterfield areas, allowing Githabul people a say in the management of these areas and protection of culturally significant sites.


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