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Upgrading Angusvale

29 January 2024

Visitors to Angusvale, on Brayakalung Country in the Mitchell River National Park, will soon have more opportunities to connect with nature with upgrades to the much-loved camping area which began in November.

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Yarnda for the Knob Reserve

22 January 2024

What a perfect morning down at the Knob Reserve on Brayakaulung country, officially launching four new drinking fountains, featuring deadly artwork by Robbie Farnham, on site.

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Shell yeah, brother!

4 December 2023

Over the past couple of months, GLaWAC and the VFA have been out on oyster trial sites to install some posts and tweak our method for keeping the oysters happy and growing well.

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Returning culture to Country

6 November 2023

The GLaWAC landscaping team are playing a pivotal role in sharing the cultural stories of our people, creating two new cultural gardens and a deadly new sculptural seat near the Lakes Entrance footbridge.

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GLaWAC News Bernak 2023

2 November 2023

The latest edition of GLaWAC News is out, have a read to check out all the deadly things happening across Country.

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GLaWAC Annual General Meeting 2023

11am - 1pm Monday 27th November, 2023

All members of the corporation are advised that the 2023 Annual General Meeting of the members of the Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (Corporation) will be held on Monday 27th November 2023.

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Gweraeil Quaranook

25 October 2023

We were delighted to welcome the wisdom of representatives from the 11 Traditional Owner Groups across Victoria to the inaugural Gweraeil Quaranook (Great Meeting), held at Forestec in September. The...

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Returning Water

12 October 2023

The State Government is returning water to Gunaikurnai Traditional Owners – strengthening their connection to Country through better cultural water management.  Minister for Water Harriet Shing...

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Voice Treaty Truth

28 August 2023

GLaWAC supports the Federal Government’s commitment to recognise the First Peoples of Australia through a change to the Constitution, while respecting the individual views held by our members and their right to vote how they choose.

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Water for life, and now for the Knob Reserve

17 July 2023

“As Traditional Owners, we have a responsibility to care for Country and protect our cultural values and heritage." That's what Cath Thomas, Chair of the Knob Reserve Committee of Management reckons,...

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