Wunthulpu Aboriginal Land Trust
The Wunthulpu Aboriginal Land Trust is an Aboriginal Land Trust established to hold land granted under the Aboriginal Land Act 1991 (Qld) in 1997 and 1998. The Trust holds land for the benefit of Aboriginal people, their ancestors and descendants. The Trust is made up of representatives of the groups from the area, significantly, Kaanju, Lamalama, Ayapathu and Wik Mungkan.
Protecting the cultural and ecological values of the permanent terrestrial wetlands of Balcultha Creek
The Ayapathu Traditional Owners have a rich cultural history in the Balclutha Creek Area.
The continuation of the Rubber Vine Control works on Lukin River Containment line has shown a targeted approach which continues to reduce the threa
Rubber vine's ability to quickly spread and colonise areas makes it a threat to many areas of northern Australia.
Freshwater rivers and creeks in northern Australia support incredible biodiversity and cultural values. However, these values are at threat because of land use change, including agricultural development, road construction, mining, grazing, along with water resource development.View