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Council's decisions from the December 2019 meeting

The Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council made a decision in December relating to a Registered Aboriginal Party application.

17/12/19 3.53am
Published by Department of Premier and Cabinet

The Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council made a decision in December relating to the registered Aboriginal party application from Boonwurrung Land and Sea Council (Aboriginal Corporation) formerly known as Yaluk-ut Weelam Elders Council Aboriginal Corporation.

The decision is outlined below.

Date of decision: 12 December 2019

Decision to decline the Registered Aboriginal Party (RAP) application from Boonwurrung Land and Sea Council (Aboriginal Corporation) (BLSC)

At its meeting on 12 December 2019, the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council decided to decline BLSC’s RAP application in relation to:

an area that includes the part of the Melbourne CBD, and extends out to include Richmond and Cremorne in the inner east, part of Collingwood in the inner north-east, and Kensington in the inner west; the Dandenong Ranges in the east, and extends further east to Neerim and Noojee; includes the Mornington Peninsula and Tarwin and Wilson’s Promontory to the south and to the west an area that includes Caroline Springs, Deer Park, Hoppers Crossing, Laverton, Plumpton and Sunshine.

The Decision area is shown in the map below.

Reviewed 17 December 2019

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