Indigenous group lodge native title claim for the Grampians national park
A group of Indigenous people on have lodged a native title claim for a large part of the Grampians national park.
The title request covers 1672 square kilometres of Crown land.
Tom Elliott spoke with Jeremy Clark, general manager of Eastern Marr Aboriginal Corporation.
‘We’ve always considered the grampians to be our land, this country is our land’.
Tom says – ‘As long as everyone can still enjoy the national park, I’ve got nothing wrong with it’
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