Murdi Paaki Region Land sites

The Murdi Paaki Region occupies greater than forty per cent of the land mass of New South Wales, extending from the Queensland border in the north to the Victorian border in the south and from Collarenebri in the east to the South Australian border in the west. The region encompasses seven complete Local Government Areas, portions of two more, and the Unincorporated Far West.

In the Murdi Paaki region, the Indigenous Land Council owns 11 properties that cover a total of 164 065.518 hectares of land. The following table shows the name of the property, the size of the property, the date the land was granted and the body that holds the land.

Property

Area (ha)

Date granted

Title holding body

Eurool

4518

15/10/2015

Eurool Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation

Canoon

1026.76

29/10/1999

Boorabee Aboriginal Corporation

Mogila

26760.8

26/06/1998

Ngurampaa Ltd

Cowga

9376.53

09/11/1998

Ballot Land Enterprises Ltd

Compton Downs

26821.3

30/06/2000

Yatama Ngurra Land Enterprises Ltd

26 Mertin Street

0.217

15/12/2017

Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation

Poolamacca

50678.9

01/02/2002

Wilyakali Aboriginal Corporation

Pooncarie Mission

249.3

 

Indigenous Land Corporation

Mawonga

22257.711

10/02/2016

Winangakirri Aboriginal Corporation

Culpra Station

15884

07/08/2013

Culpra Milli Aboriginal Corporation

Jarwonga (Billy Downs)

6492

12/11/2001

Billa Downs Aboriginal Corporation

To see what National Parks are in the Murdi Paaki Region click here

 The Murdi Paaki Region holds significant Aboriginal land sites, including: Brewarrina Fish TrapsLake MungoMount Gunderbooka and Mutawintji.

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