Ipima Ikaya

The Ipima Ikaya Aboriginal Corporation holds land and waters on the northern tip of the Cape York Peninsula in trust for the McDonnell Atampaya, Gudang Yadhaigana and Angkamuthi Seven Rivers groups. Their native title rights and interests were recognised in the Northern Cape York #1 Native Title Claim Group determination of 30 October 2014.

The court recognised that the applicants held native title rights and interests. The determination area includes land and waters in the northern, north-western and north-eastern Cape York Peninsula, generally located north of the Scardon and Dulhunty Rivers and west of the western boundary and north of the northern boundary of the Heathland Resources Reserve, and extending to the high water mark on the seaward side.

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Source: www.nativetitle.org.au

Additional Resources

Public documents can be accessed through the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC) website.

Documents include:

  • Members list
  • General Reports
  • Rule Book
  • Media releases by ORIC about this organisation
  • Change of information and
  • any other documentation as required by ORIC

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Mr Charles Woosup
Mr Bernard Charlie
Mr Larry Woosup
Mr Roger Williams
Mr Roy McDonnell
Mr Asai Peter
Mrs Gina Nona
Mr Robert Bagie
Mr Nicholas Thompson

Contact details

c/- Cape York Land Council 
PO Box 2496
Cairns QLD 4870

Telephone: (07) 4053 9222
Email: svillaflor@cylc.org.au



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