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Ngarrindjeri People

Category: People
Sub Category:Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander | Native Title Holders (Native Title Act)
Place:
State/Country:South Australia, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • Narrinjeri People
  • Subject Matter:Cultural Heritage | Customary Law | Environmental Heritage
    URL: http://ngarrindjeri.tripod.com/
    Summary Information:

    AIATSIS Thesaurus language code and map grid reference: (S69) (SA SI54-13)

    For more information, refer to the AIATSIS Thesauri (see reference below).



    A factsheet of the State Library of South Australia (c2007) states the following:

    'Ngarrindjeri is an Aboriginal nation of 18 language groups who occupied, and still inhabit, the Lower Murray, Coorong and Lakes area of South Australia.

    Their lands and waters extended 30km up the Murray from Lake Alexandrina, the length of the Coorong and the coastal area to Encounter Bay. Today this Aboriginal group is still very strong, with a large community of people based in the Lower Murray and Coorong area.'


    Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Tokuremoar Reserve Management Plan
  • Protocol Agreement between Alexandrina Council and Ngarrindjeri People - Signatory
  • Raukkan 'Building Community Capacity' Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA) - Signatory
  • Ngarrindjeri Regional Partnership Agreement (RPA)
  • Sumner v State of South Australia (Ngarrindjeri Native Title Claim Part A) [2017] FCA 1514 - Native Title Claimant
  • Organisation
  • Raukkan Community Council
  • Ngarrindjeri Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC
  • Event
  • Statement of Apology by Alexandrina Council to the Ngarrindjeri People
  • People
  • Raukkan Indigenous Community
  • Case Law
  • Kartinyeri v Commonwealth (1998) 195 CLR 337

  • References

    Resource
    State Library of South Australia (2006) Aboriginal missions on the River Murray (Factsheet)
    State Library of South Australia (c2007) The Ngarrindjeri people

    Glossary

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Australia)

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