Clancy Baker, Ian Connolly and Keith Mathieson Jnr on their own behalf and on behalf of the Muluridji People are the Applicants in Baker on behalf of the Muluridji People v State of Queensland  FCA 1432.
Muluridji People claim (QUD 6208/1998) concerns an application that was lodged in 1998 for the recognition of native title rights and interests over approximately 66 square kilometres in the vicinity of Mareeba in northern Queensland.
The claims was resolved on 14 December 2011 at the Federal Court hearing in Mareeba where Justice Logan made two consent determinations recognising the Muluridji People’s native title rights and interests over 12 030 hectares of land and waters.
Prior to the matter being resolved the National Native Title Tribunal convened a number of mediation conferences with the parties which also included the parties negotiating ILUAs to resolve practical on the ground issues.
Thus these people are also party to a number of ILUAs.