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Dingo Beach Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)
|Date: ||30 July 2007|
|Sub Category:||Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Native Title Act)|
|Location:||Dingo Beach, Queensland, Australia|
|Dingo Beach is just north-east of Prosperine, in the Whitsunday Shire in North Queensland. The extract of the ILUA from the Register of Indigenous Land Use Agreements describes the area covered by the agreement as follows: |
'The ILUA area is the land subject to Lot 23 on SP160984.'
|Legal Status: ||Registered with the National Native Title Tribunal on the Register of Indigenous Land Use Agreements on 31 July 2007. This is an authorised Area Agreement under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth). |
|Legal Reference: ||National Native Title Tribunal File No.: QI2004/033|
|Subject Matter:||Native Title | Sports and Physical Recreation|
|Summary Information: |
|The Dingo Beach Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) was agreed between the Whitsunday Shire Council (APPLICANT); and Ms Marie Coleman on behalf of herself and the Gia People; Mr Raymond Wake on behalf of himself and the Gia People; Else-May Kyle (aka Elsie Kyle) on behalf of herself and the Gia People; and Ms Patricia Brimble on behalf of herself and the Gia People. The purpose of the ILUA is to give consent for the creation of a park and recreation reserve, including a recreational facility, for the Dingo Beach area. It was registered with the National Native Title Tribunal on 31 July 2007.|
|Detailed Information: |
|The parties to the ILUA consent to the doing of all activities, approvals and consents necessary for the dedication and establishment of the park and recreation reserve. This may include surveying, clearing of vegetation, installation of drainage, sewerage and water supply infrastructure and the construction of roads. |
This ILUA includes agreement that 'future acts' may be done. The parties also agree that the right to negotiate provisions of the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) do not apply to future acts, as the alternative consultation provisions are to be followed instead. Under this Act any activity, such as a grant of land, that may affect native title rights is defined as a 'future act' and must comply with the future act provisions of the Act in order to be valid.
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