Nyangumarta Karajarri and Mandora Station Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)
|Date: ||20 August 2012|
|Sub Category:||Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) (Native Title Act)|
|Place:||Mandora Pastoral Reserve|
|State/Country:||Western Australia, Australia|
|This agreement covers approximately 10 square kilometres of land on the Mandora Station, which is located near Scotland Point, north of Port Headland, Western Australia.
It is within the Shire of Broome.|
|Legal Status: ||Registered with the National Native Title Tribunal on the Register of Indigenous Land Use Agreements on 20 August 2012. This is an authorised Body Corporate Agreement under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)|
|Legal Reference: ||National Native Title Tribunal File No.: WI2012/003|
|Subject Matter:||Access | Land Use | Pastoral Activities|
|Summary Information: |
|The Nyangumarta Karajarri and Mandora Station Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) was agreed between:
- Mandora Pty Ltd; and
- Nyangumarta Karajarri Aboriginal Corporation.
The purpose of this agreement is to provide consent for use of land in relation to the Mandora Pastoral Lease.|
|Detailed Information: |
The parties give consent to the following future acts:
i) the renewal, re-making, extension, replacement or re-grant of the Pastoral Lease;
ii) the conversion of up to 6.25 square kilometres of the Pastoral Lease around each homestead into an estate in fee simple, lease, or other form of exclusive interest;
iii) the grant of a licence, permit or authorisation to conduct activities for agricultural purposes (including the diversification and intensification of pastoral related activities) on the Pastoral Lease;
iv) the grant of leases, licences and permits to conduct Low Impact Tourism activity in the Pastoral Lease; and
v) the grant of the Pastoral Lease in relation to all or part of the Stock Routes or Reserves.
The right to negotiate does not apply to these future acts.
Native Title in the ILUA Area
The Nyangumarta and Karajarri People had their native title rights recognised over about 2000 sq kilomteres of land in Hunter & Ors v State of Western Australia  FCA 690. Both exclusive and non-exclusive native title rights were recognised in the area. This ILUA was negotiated as part of the consent determination to recognise the non-native title interests of the Mandora Pastoral Lease.|