Illmargani Conservation Agreement

Category: Agreement
Sub Category:Land Use Agreement
Location:'North Yancho', Bollon, southwest Queensland, Queensland, Australia
   
Subject Matter:Cultural Heritage | Environmental Heritage | Land Management
Summary Information:
The Illmargani Conservation Agreement was entered into in April 2000, between The State of Queensland and the Cowley Family, the owners of a sheep and cattle property ‘North Yancho’ in southwest Queensland. The Agreement is in relation to land on North Yancho which had been declared a Nature Reserve and listed on the State Register. The Agreement has been registered on the title of North Yancho. One of the conditions of the Conservation Agreement is that the Gunggari people have access to the area in recognition of their traditional ownership of the land.

Related Entries

Agreement
  • Illmargani Deed of Co-existence
  • People
  • Gunggari People

  • References

    Book
    Rickard, John and Ross, Vince, Editors (2002) Unfinished Business: Texts and addresses from the Unfinished Business Conference, Melbourne, June 2002

    Glossary

    Land Use Agreement (Australia)