Antakirinja Matu - Yankunytjatjara Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC

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The Antakirinja Matu – Yankunytjatjara claim was first lodged on 14 November 1995 in relation to lands and waters in northern South Australia. The native title claim was resolved the 11 May 2011 at a Federal Court Hearing in Coober Pedy, Justice John Mansfield made a consent determination recognising the Antakirinja Matu – Yankunytjatjara People’s non-exclusive native title rights and interest to that area.

The Antakirinja Matu – Yankunytjatjara Aboriginal Corporation administers land on behalf of the Antakirinja Matu – Yankunytjatjara people, who have been recognised as native title holders of 78,672 sq km of land and waters. The Courts has recognised their non-exclusive rights to hunt, fish, live, camp, gather and use natural resources, undertake cultural activities including relating to births and deaths, conduct ceremonies and meetings, and protect places of cultural and religious significance.

Type of RNTBC
Agent
Contact name
Michael Pagsanjan
Contact number
08 7221 1690
Postal address
2/459 Morphett Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Office address
2/459 Morphett Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Email
PBC size
Medium
Region
SA
Date of incorporation
Date of registration
ICN (Indigenous Corporation Number)
2932
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South Australia’s fifth native title determination will be finalised today, with the Antakirinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara people to hold native title over 78,672 square kilometres of land in the State’s far north.

The Antakirinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara People have today become recognised as native title holders of 78, 672 sq km of land and waters in the north west of South Australia.

The Antakirinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara People have today become recognised as native title holders of 78, 672 sq km of land and waters in the north west of South Australia.

Attorney-General, Robert McClelland today welcomed the Federal Court’s recognition of native title rights in the Antakirinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara claim around Coober Pedy in South Australia

South Australia's fifth native title determination claim has been settled.

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