Traditional Custodians

Acknowledgement

Uluru Bark Petition Elders would like to acknowledge the country of the Ngunnawal Peoples, both the ancestors and the Elders who have dwelt on this land past and present where the Petition has been presented as a declaration to the Parliament.

Australia has a strong and proud Aboriginal history and complex ownership and land stewardship systems stretching back many thousands of years. Uluru Bark Petition pays respect to the Traditional Owners and would like to acknowledge the growing Indigenous support which have been undersigned by members of the;

Argan, Arrernte, Bidjara, Biripi, Bundjalung, Bunuba, Dainggatti, Erub, Gidja, Githabul, Gooniyandi, Gumbainggir, Juggera, Jaru, Juru, Kabi-Kabi-Waka-Waka, Kamilaroi, Karajarri, Kaylagal, Koara, Kooma, Luritja,Mamu, Mangala, Mantjintjarra, Mara, Meriam Mir, Munjunjarli, Ngaanyatjarra, Noongar, Nyawaygi, Nyigina, Pitjantjatjara, Wadi-Wadi, Wagilak, Walawurru, Walmatjarri, Wangkumara, Wiradjuri, Wongatha,Wooroora, Wuthathi, Yankuntjatjara, Yidingi-Mbabaram, and Yidingi-Mullen-Barra.