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Broome Coastal Park Agreement

Date: 1 June 1997
Sub Category:Land Use Agreement
State/Country:Western Australia, Australia
Subject Matter:Cultural Heritage | Environmental Heritage | Recognition of Traditional Rights and Interests | Local Government | Land Management
Summary Information:
The Broome Coastal Park Agreement was resolved after a lengthy process between the Broome Shire Council and the Rubibi Working Group (representative of the Yawuru, Djugun and Goolarabooloo people). It was concluded that land surrounding the Peninsula of Broome would be set up as a coastal park and managed equally by the Shire and the Rubibi Working Group.

Related Entries

  • Rubibi Interim Agreement with the Shire of Broome (1 May 1996)
  • Rubibi People at Minyirr Park Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA)
  • Organisation
  • Shire of Broome - Signatory
  • Rubibi Working Group - Signatory
  • People
  • Yawuru People
  • Djugun People
  • Goolarabooloo People

  • Glossary

    Land Use Agreement (Australia)

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