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Country and Water is the core of Culture where Traditional practices revolves around the 22 seasons of an annual orbit of our Sun.
This is the bases of maintaining and managing the environment to stop Bushfires and Erosion.
A proposal of every nation, clan, tribe be able to access their traditional Lands to practice their knowledge base of reading the Cosmological, Meteorological, Geographical and Ecological Wisdoms that is able to become a business to mainstream Australians and International Audiences !
Representation in the Parliamentarian arena to govern the processes in the broader perspectives to manage and maintain this large entity is priority !
Recognition to Acknowledge the Colonial Impact from 1688 to 2021 should be taught in our Educational Institutions of public, private, secondary and tertiary to Universities and colleges to prepare future enterprises that has potential to be practices in other countries and Continents.
LEST WE FORGET the Australian Frontier Wars began before the first World War that the Generational Transitional Traumas (PTSD) is the scan on an open wound !
Priority is to heal the wounds of the past to the present on both sides of this SECRETIVE ONSLAUGHT of Discriminating Prejudices by Racial profiling !



We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and custodians of country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to the people, the cultures and the Elders past, present and emerging.