Day 256: The Grampians

Day 256: 8am

Good morning i just wanted to say thank to the Barengi Gadjin Land Council for showing us around and welcoming us into they country area. We had amazing day yesterday We started at a mission called Ebenezee Mission, 1859 to 1904. Finished with a smoking, clearing ourselves of this day, for a safe journey. Culture is alive and well here, with Barengi Gadjin Land Council thank you for amazing day


Day 256: 9.30am

Just letting people know where we are. We are still waking on the Western Hwy to Melbourne. The next town we walking to is Grampians


Day 256: 9.30am

[Guest Post] My son Kane is so proud to be Aboriginal. He was so thrilled to have met Clinton Pryor and his deadly support guys Gary, Brett and Noonie. Proving that team work and Unity will get us on the right road to justice for people in this country, while giving hope and encouragement to our youth – Tanya


Day 256: 10am

I would like to have my say on this I would like to know who representing the Noongar nation the 22 country group and 40,000 of us. Those who got chosen to represent us must think about everything about the history and struggle of our pass in the south west against this government and before that. If is our council group the SWLSA council I going to let everyone know they don’t represent our people there where the once who try to give away our native title for 1.3billion but our people managed to stop it in the federal country so we keep our native title.

The think is as sovereign people we don’t what recognise from this corporate government because they not sovereign government no more and we don’t what to treaty with them. A treaty must come and only come from two sovereign nation group. If we treaty with this government we only have to look at the history of other country like our brother and sister in American and our New Zealand brother and sister what they going thought.

We must think a better way my people a cross this great land and there is a better way to save our culture, language, secret site our old people left for us to look after it and keep it alive. So hope our people in Uluru and other country group say no to recognise and say no to a treaty.


Day 256: 11.30am

Getting stronger and stronger every day on this walk. Making me think about all the community we been thought and everyone Else back at home in Perth and how family, our people, friends and other stood Strong and proud to fight for justice for our self and for every one else. We fought for our right as people and stood for our future to rebuilt after some much was lose. There well be a time when we rebuild what we lose not just for my people but for everyone else to who live here. That everyone shall live together in harmony and peace. But the future is for us to make something of if.

!!! The spirit walker!!!

Photo talking: Green lake


Day 256: 12.30pm

Leaving Horsham to our lunch break. – Noonie


Day 256: 1.30pm

– Garry


Day 256: 1.30pm

I just letting everyone know that we looking at doing a night march thought Melbourne on 6th next month there a lot of work going on behind close door but once we have it set we well let everyone know. But the walk for justice hopefully well get into Melbourne by the 3rd or the 4th.

Melbourne well be the power house for this walk. So keep following and watching for update about how we going to do this for Melbourne and that you well know where to go for the night march thought Melbourne.


Day 256

Along the road a bit of the country side – Noonie


Day 256: 4.30pm

[Admin] Please don’t go bombarding Garry with requests for this, we’re pretty sure he doesn’t do it for just anyone 😉


Day 256

From lunch to our camp – Noonie

Author: Clintonswalkforjustice

I’m a Wajuk, Balardung, Kija and a Yulparitja man from the West of Australia. I will be walking across country from Matagarup/Heirrison Island in Perth to Parliament House in Canberra, following songlines and visiting communities along the way, where I will eventually be seeking audience with the Prime Minister and address the many injustices against the First Nations people of this land.

3 thoughts on “Day 256: The Grampians”

  1. To Clinton and support people. Tremendous people. I’m walking for/with you in spirit. And such great photos that give us a tantalising taste of the positive sentiment on the walk. Thanks.

  2. Well done Clinton. Serving your people well. All people both indigenous and non indigenous should be right behind you. I have a Noongar mate over here in Gunnai Kurnai country who shared your post and is very proud of you. Cheers.

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