Who are the traditional owners of woorabinda?

Who are the traditional owners of woorabinda?

Woorabinda is a town in central Queensland, 170 kilometres south-west of Rockhampton. Traditional Owners: Wadja Wadja/Yungulu people. Between 1926 and 1970, more than 1,200 people were forcibly relocated to Woorabinda.

How many people live in woorabinda?

962 people
Woorabinda /ˈwʊrəbɪndə/ is a rural town and locality in the Aboriginal Shire of Woorabinda, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Woorabinda had a population of 962 people. It is an Aboriginal community.

When was woorabinda established?

between 1926 and 1927
Woorabinda was established between 1926 and 1927 by the Queensland Government as a replacement for the Taroom Aboriginal reserve, which was located on the banks of the Dawson River.

Is woorabinda a dry community?

You are not allowed to drink alcohol in a public place in Queensland, unless the area is an approved wet area.

Who are the indigenous people of Rockhampton?

Darumbal People are the Traditional Custodians of the Rockhampton and Capricorn Coast Area.

Can you take alcohol to Lockhart River?

Alcohol restrictions No alcohol or homebrew and homebrew equipment is allowed in the restricted area.

Can you drink on Palm Island?

What Aboriginal land is Yeppoon?

Darumbal land
Traditional Darumbal land is considered to encompass an estimated 4,000 square miles (10,000 km2) around most of coastal Central Queensland, running from Arthur Point at Shoalwater Bay to Yeppoon, and taking in the mouth of Fitzroy River and Keppel Islands.

Is Lockhart River a dry community?

Lockhart River is a small aboriginal community currently under the alcohol management plan, which means that no alcohol is permitted in the community, and there is no alcohol available to buy in town.

Is Palm Island dry?

MELANIE CHRISTIANSEN: Palm Island, about 65 kilometres off Townsville, has a violent history. It’s a problem the community is trying to control, partly by limiting the consumption of alcohol. Although it’s not a dry community, Senior Sergeant Paul Jones from the Palm Island Police Station says there are restrictions.

Is Palm Island alcohol free?

The Palm Island ferry is not subject to the alcohol restrictions but for journeys to Palm Island the ferry company requires any alcohol brought on board from the mainland to be locked away for the duration of the trip.