• Target OPEN AND CULTURAL SITES

    OPEN AND CULTURAL SITES

    Open and Cultural sites, both those that currently exist, and those that may come in the future, are a critical connection for Banbai people with…


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  • IMPORTANT BUILDINGS AND INFRASTRUCTURE

    In order to manage the IPAs effectively, and make sure the community is able to benefit from them, the infrastructure assets they contain also need…


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  • IMPORTANT FLORA

    The IPAs are located in the New England Tablelands Bioregion which is dominated by dry open eucalypt forests and woodlands, with a diverse flora (Kennedy…


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  • IMPORTANT FAUNA

    Comprehensive fauna survey’s have been carried out of both IPAs Kennedy (2010 and 2012). 116 native species were recorded on the Wattleridge IPA, including 79 species…


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  • CREEKS & WETLANDS

    Wattleridge is bounded by the Sara River flowing to the north with, picturesque creeks and tumbling waterfalls. Tarriwa Kurrukun has two main water systems; Upland…


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  • BUSH TUCKER

    Banbai country, including Tarriwa Kurrukun and Wattleridge traditionally provided significant bush tucker resources to the Banbai people. Examples include: Plants: Five Star Mookrum; Gee Bungs;…


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  • BANBAI PEOPLE

    The Banbai people’s ongoing connection to their country dates back thousands of years. Banbai’s membership includes people formally inducted into the Banbai nation membership, who…


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