L&DLALC

Leeton is located in the country of the Wiradjuri nation, and many members of our community are Wiradjuri people.  Some of our people came originally from Narrandera and Darlington Point.  Our community also embraces many people who are descended from other language groups: Yota Yota people from...
The area for which the Leeton and District Local Aboriginal Land Council has responsibility is shown on the map below and totals about 3,500 km2.  At its widest point, the distance from east to west is about 50 km and north to south, 105 km.  The corresponding local government authority is Leeton...
The Primary Rules under which L&DLALC Operates The legislation under which LDLALC is constituted, and the objectives which the Land Council is obliged to pursue, is stated in Section 1.1.  In the words of the Act, the object of Local Aboriginal Land Councils is to “improve, protect and foster...
The first Board meeting was held on 21st December 2007 those elected at that time were: Cindy Bates Kane Davy Bernard Higgins Jnr Annmaree Ingram James Ingram Snr Karen Ingram Nathan Ingram William Ingram Arthur Watts  David Watts Chairperson David Watts and Deputy Chairperson William Ingram.  ...
All applications for membership must be accompanied by a certified copy of the applicant’s full birth certificate and a ‘Confirmation of Aboriginality’ certificate/form from a recognised incorporated Aboriginal Organisation, if they are not a direct descendant of an L&DLALC member.  The...