Thaa-Nguigaar Strathgordon Aboriginal Corporation

The Thaa-Nguigaar Strathgordon Aboriginal Corporation administers land on behalf of the Strathgordon Mob. Their ownership over the land was recognised in the Strathgordon Claim determination of 2007.

This determination arose from a claim for native title made on behalf of the Bakanh, Wik, Iyeny and Olkol/Olkola language groups in May 2003. This claim was negotiated over four years. All parties agreed to recognise the claimant’s native title rights to:

exclusive possession, occupation and use of land, and
non-exclusive possession, occupation and use of water.

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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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Directors

Mr Lenny Ned (Chairperson)
Ms Maylena Bally
Mr Devon Tarpencha
Mr Justin Shortjoe
Ms Carmel Bally
Mr Nigel Coleman
Ms Melissa Price

Contact details

106 Ritha Street
PORMPURAAW QLD 4892

c/- Cape York Land Council
PO Box 2896
CAIRNS QLD  4870

Telephone: (07)4053 9222
Fax: (07) 4051 0097
Email: jdavis@cylc.org.au

ICN: 4732
ABN: 55198103289

 


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