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Noongar People

Category: People
Sub Category:Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander | Native Title Claimants (registered)
Location:South-west of Western Australia, Western Australia, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • Nyoongar People
  • Nyungah People
  • Nyungar People
  • Summary Information:
    AIATSIS Thesaurus language code and map grid reference: (W41) (WA SI50)

    For more information, refer to the AIATSIS Thesauri (see reference below).

    The Noongar people are the original inhabitants of the south west of Western Australia.

    Related Entries

  • Amity Oil Limited and the Nyoongar Community Agreement - Signatory
  • Memorandum of Understanding between the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council and Western Australian Local Government Association
  • City of Albany Aboriginal Accord
  • Armadale Noongar Corporation 'ANC Social SRA' Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA) - Signatory
  • Armadale Noongar Corporation ‘ANC Economic SRA’ Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA)
  • Gnaala Karla Booja (Boddington) Regional Partnership Agreement (RPA)
  • Organisation
  • South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council
  • Noongar Land Council Aboriginal Corporation
  • Armadale Noongar Corporation
  • Event
  • Commitment to Nyungar People by the City of Bunbury
  • People
  • Anthony Bennell and Others
  • Katanning Indigenous Community
  • Case Law
  • Bennell v State of Western Australia [2006] FCA 1243 - Native Title Claimant
  • Policy/Strategy
  • City of Albany Aboriginal Accord Action Plan
  • City of Albany Statement of Understanding and Commitment

  • References

    Book Chapter
    Bradfield, S, (2006) 'Settling Native Title: Pursuing a Comprehensive Regional Agreement in South West Australia' in Marcia Langton et al (eds), Settling with Indigenous People (The Federation Press, 2006).
    Australian Local Government Association City of Bunbury: A Commitment to Nyungar People


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