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PERMITS

TO OBTAIN A PERMIT TO ENTER TJUNTJUNTJARA AND SURROUNDING SPINIFEX COUNTRY, PLEASE:

1) READ THE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS DOCUMENT

2) DOWNLOAD THE RELEVANT APPLICATION FORM

3) EMAIL THE COMPLETED APPLICATION FORM TO ACCESS@SPINIFEX.ORG

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FAQ

Entry Permit Application Form

Media Permit A Application Form

Media Permit  B Application Form

Special Purpose Permit Application Form

Spinifex Media Policy

Tjuntjuntjara, and the surrounding Spinifex Country (spanning the Spinifex and Untiri Pulka Native Title Determinations areas) requires permission to visit. The Spinifex Permit system facilitates regulated access for visitors, media, researchers, other workers and those undertaking special projects. Permits vary in cost and are rarely refused.

The Spinifex Permit System applies to the Tjuntjuntjara community and all surrounding country that falls within the Untiri Pulka and Spinifex Native Title Determination Areas (‘Spinifex Country’). However, you need to consider how you plan on accessing Tjuntjuntjara and surrounding Spinifex Country as you may be traversing other jurisdictions or native title determination areas. 

 

The Spinifex Permit system applies to the areas in orange in the Map below

 

The Spinifex Permit system is essentially about asking before visiting. Entry to Tjuntjuntjara and surrounding Spinifex Country (most of which is deemed ‘exclusive possession’ under native title law) without the right Permit can result in Aṉangu exercising their right to exclude or forcibly remove people from their land under the law of trespass.

Please carefully read the information in the Frequently Asked Questions document to understand what Permit you might require and ensure your Permit is processed without unnecessary delays.

All queries regarding Permits are to be directed to Pila Nguru Aboriginal Corporation (Pila Nguru) in the first instance.

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