Day 261: 6.30am
Good morning everyone that tonight we be making our way into Ballarat town. Tomorrow morning there going to be a event at Victoria park on Oak drive. Please get there at 10am as there going to BBQ, speaking and Wadawurrung traditional owners of the country area are going to do welcome to country to welcoming us into they country area. So please get there tomorrow at 10am.
Day 261: 8am
On our way towards Ballarat, we are walking on the Western Hwy and we be in Ballarat tonight. Then it Melbourne our second city yyyyyeeee
Day 261: 9.30am
Had a walk around Beaufort this morning to enjoy the town, of what I had time for. What part of this journey don’t I like. None. – Noonie
Day 261: 10.30am
Heading out of Beaufort. – Noonie
Day 261: 4pm
I just got this thought message from Michelle Place
Hi Clinton, I have to start by saying you are a legend! Super inspiring and very brave, what a challenge you have set yourself for such an important cause. I am a teacher and I have been showing the kids what you are doing and they are so keen to give you support! Today we played in the Aboriginal Power Cup and we have added your hashtag to our Guernsey to show our love and support for you. You are inspirational and a modern day hero to me. What you are doing is so significant and meaningful, and I have loved following your journey so far👏 ❤️👊💙👐
Thank you Michelle Place and thank you guys for supporting the walk for justice. Keep following us we just getting started on the walk.
Day 261: 4pm
From Beaufort to the end of the day for us. Then we will spend the night in Ballarat. – Noonie
Day 261: 5.30pm
It was a day of people stopping today, good and wonderful people. – Noonie
Day 261: 6pm
“Clinton Pryor, 27, believes indigenous elders should be given full control of their communities.
Mr Pryor was involved in protests on Heirisson Island in Perth last year over the forced closure of WA indigenous communities when he decided to embark on foot to see Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.”
Shared by Garry
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