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The horrors of Native Title: you will own nothing, and you will be happy

29 July 2023

2:15 PM

29 July 2023

2:15 PM

We have all heard the warning: ‘You will own nothing and be happy.’

Australia Native Title and Aboriginal Freehold Land adopts the very same principle.

In Australia, the last census demonstrated that 27 per cent of Indigenous adults live on their homeland or traditional country. If you add children to that number, the percentage of Indigenous people living on traditional country would be higher.

The homeland and traditional country land rights are either governed by Native Title or Aboriginal Freehold Land.

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