Welcomes you to Spinifex Country!
FOR PERMIT APPLICATION PLEASE READ THE BELOW, DOWNLOAD FORM AND SEND TO EMAIL CONTACT PROVIDED.
CLICK LINK TO DOWNLOAD.
Contact us using the email address below.
Please include the following.
- Details of your request
- Indication whether you want Ilkurlka Manager or Pila Nguru in Tjuntjuntjara staff to respond.
- Proposed dates, purpose of visit, travel and contact information.
- We will contact you via reply email.
The Native Title Determination process recognises the native title rights of exclusive possession, occupation, use and enjoyment of the lands within the Spinifex determination area. This is the highest form of native title recognised at law. Exclusive possession, occupation, use and enjoyment native title land means that in most cases entry onto Spinifex determination area will require the consent of the Spinifex native title holders.
Land access information can be found on the Central Desert Native Title site here!
A portion of the Spinifex determination is also subject to Use and Benefit Aboriginal Reserve 17614. Access to this Aboriginal Reserve is gained through an entry permit under the Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority Act. An entry permit under the Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority Act will not be granted without the consent of the Spinifex native title holders.
For more information, please see the page detailing the Aboriginal Reserves within the Central Desert Region for the types of entry permits required on Aboriginal Reserves.
Please contact the Pila Nguru office in Tjuntjuntjara for entry permits on (08) 90371144 and we will send you a permit application form. The contact form (left) can be used for general enquiries by email if you are planning travel through the Spinifex Lands and need a permit. Travellers heading to Ilkurlka can call the Ilkurlka Roadhouse on (08) 90371147 for further information.
A portion of the Spinifex determination area that is also subject to a 99 lease held by the Ngaanyatjarra Land Council. Entry to land subject to this lease will require the additional consent of the Ngaanyatjarra Land Council.