|Print this page|
Munburra Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)
|Date:||16 March 2011|
|Sub Category:||Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Native Title Act)|
|Location:||Cook Shire Council, Queensland, Australia|
|Click this link to search this location with google maps|
|The area subject to the agreement covers 68 square kilometres and is surrounded by the Starcke National Park, Ngulun and Darrba Land Trusts in the Cook Shire Council in far north Queensland on Cape york Peninsula.|
|Legal Status:||Registered with the National Native Title Tribunal on the Register of Indigenous Land Use Agreements on 30 September 2011. This is an authorised Area Agreement under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth).|
|Legal Reference:||National Native Title Tribunal number QI2011/018|
|Subject Matter:||Future Act | Land Use|
|This agreement is between the State of Queensland and Gordon James Jacko on behalf of the Junnyjuwarra People. |
The purpose of the agreement is to provide consent to a number of future acts.
|Content of the ILUA|
The majority of the agreement has not been released by the National Native Title Tribunal. The information that has been released relates to future acts.
The parties have consented to the doing of the following future acts:
- the grant of the Proposed Area as Aboriginal Land to the Juunyjuwarra Aboriginal Corporation Land Trust;
- the grant of any Mining Lease Areas and any Mining Application Areas as Aboriginal Land to the Juunyjuwarra Aboriginal Corporation Land Trust or Juunyjuwarra Aboriginal Corporation;
- entering into an access route agreement;
- Juunyjuwarra Aboriginal Corporation Land Trust and Murray Pringle Hoy entering into the Airstrip Agreement.
Background to the ILUA
The Juunyjuwarra People filed their Application for native title in the Federal Court of Australia in 1999. The connection report was filed in 2007 and the parties are now in mediation.
The Juunyjuwarra Aboriginal Corporation was formed in 2010 and Gordon James Jacko is a member of that corporation.
Was this useful? Click here to fill in the ATNS survey