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Permits are required by all visitors to the APY Lands, and for employees to remain in residence on the APY Lands.

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Proposed changes to the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Rights Act 1981 (the APY Act) Print E-mail

DSD-AAR staff will be undertaking feedback sessions on the APY Lands and in Alice Springs with key Anangu stakeholders.

Based on advice from APY, previous meetings scheduled for February 2016 were cancelled due to Cultural Business.

Alternative meeting times have now been negotiated between APY and DSD-AAR. They are as follows:

30 March 2016: Feedback Session with APY Executive Board
31 March 2016 (morning): Feedback Session with Community Council Chairpersons
31 March 2016 (afternoon): Feedback Session with APY Law and Culture Committee

For more information, see http://www.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/aboriginal-affairs/aboriginal-affairs-and-reconciliation/current-initiatives/apy-land-rights-miscellaneous-amendment-bill-2015


APY representatives at an Indigenous Cattlemens Workshop Print E-mail

APY representatives at an Indigenous Cattlemens Workshop held in Katherine on the 25/26 Nov run by the Indigenous Pastoral Programme.

This workshop was run to allow Managers and TO’s from different Indigenous properties throughout SA, WA and the NT to share, learn and  listen to presentations and discuss ways of running successful, profitable, safe and fun cattle enterprises. Some properties are experiencing  very successful outcomes by making the most of training and advise readily available and then be able to make smart decisions moving forward.

Group Picture Katherine IPP

Womadelaide 2016 - final round of artists just announced Print E-mail

We have announced the final round of artists for WOMADelaide 2016, to add to what was already a fantastic lineup –

Asha Bhosle (India)
De La Soul (USA)
Eska (UK)
Marcellus Pittman (USA)
숨[su:m]   (South Korea)
Ainslie Wills (Aust)
Ajak Kwai (South Sudan/Aust)
Alpine (Aust)
APY Choir (Aust)
Sarah Blasko (Aust)
TEK TEK Ensemble (Aust)





Warru Kaninytjaku Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Project Print E-mail
Monday, 16 November 2015 00:00

Warru Kaninytjaku Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Project
(Looking after Black-footed Rock Wallabies in the APY Lands)

One of South Australia’s most endangered mammals being brought back from the brink.

Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Land Management’s Warru Project team conducted a trapping event over four days within a feral-free fenced area otherwise known as the Pintji (pronounced “pin-chi”) located in the north east of the APY lands. The trapping was undertaken to assess and monitor one of South Australia’s most endangered mammal species, the Warru or Black-footed Rock Wallaby, (Petrogale lateralis).

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