The Arakwal People

September 28, 2016

The Arakwal People

“We want to see Country how it used to be. We want to continue to look after country and want it to look after us.  We want our people to be back on Country, caring for and using Country like we always have.  We want to share parts of our culture with the wider community so they learn about and respect Country like we do.  We want everybody to work together to keep Country clean and healthy.”

Aunties Lorna Kelly, Dulcie Nicholls and Linda Vidler, 2003.




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