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Ngaji gurrjin! Welcome to the Yawuru website

Wirriya ngangaran liyan nyamba buru Yawuru (We hope you are feeling good in our Yawuru country). The Yawuru people are the traditional owners of the lands and waters in and around Rubibi (the town of Broome) from Bangarangara to the yalimban (south) to Wirrjinmirr (Willie Creek) to the guniyan (north), and banu (east) covering Roebuck Plains and Thangoo pastoral leases, in the Kimberley region of northern Western Australia.

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Peter Yu delivers the annual Rob Riley Memorial Lecture

On May 19 at Curtin University School for Indigenous Studies, Peter Yu gave the annual Rob Riley Memorial lecture. Peter and Rob Riley had a long friendship and working ...

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Exhibition of Beyond the Common Gate for Reconciliation Week

This year is the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum which was a landmark event for the inclusion of Aboriginal people in the Australian nation. In honour of this ...

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Yawuru Housing Community Reference Group  Member Application

This is an opportunity for interested community members to get involved, share their ideas and contribute to the future of Yawuru Housing. You can nominate to be a member of ...

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Public comment period for the Draft Joint Management Plans for Minyirr Buru

Have your say: The Yawuru Registered Native Title Body Corporate, the Shire of Broome and the Department of Parks and Wildlife invite you to make a submission on the Draft ...

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