Day 286: Morwell

Day 286: 9am

Quick update.


Day 286: 11am

I walking to Canberra to see the governor general and to address all this issue that this government has lost it way and not looking after us all. That the crown it self must see us has sovereign people and talk about treaty talks.

We do not what to talk treaty talks with this corrupt government. But with the crown it self, treaty between us as sovereign people and treaty with the crown as sovereign people of Britain. This government has lost it way and forgotten the people in this country.

So there for we has multicultural people take our issue to governor general the represented of the crown it self. We have lost fate in this government and we want a government for the people once more and talk about treaty between us and the Crown itself.

I have seen heard and listened to all the issues from my people and non-indigenous people an i have realised that we are all on the same boat and that the only way we can get what we want we must unite as human beings living in this country and as a multicultural nation in this country if we ever ever going to get what we want.

When I sit here and see on the news about how the government is doing as it’s please and how it is well crap it makes me think that I just had enough and I want to start scene change in this country.

But we need to help from none indigenous people to help us get what we have needed from the very beginning treaty it what my people wanted. So let’s all unite and come together as one and stand together as one but most of all stand up for Justice and for change.


Day 286: 11.30am

We were shown around a walkway at Morwell this morning, some history of around Morwell. – Noonie


Day 286: 11.30am


Day 286: 12.30pm

Sydney homeless kitchen and Safe space being raided by the City Council.


Day 286

The Cultural Heritage Trail. Hopefully it will in order. – Noonie


Day 286: 1.30pm

The most amazing thing that I have ever learnt since being on this walk and that kept me going no matter what was happen love.

(The love I have for my people and the love I have forever one else who lives here.)

Love is the most powerful thing ever is being a human because it can push you beyond measures that you have never imagined before and it will show you a away and lend you on the right path.


Day 286

Things to see along the way on the roadside. – Noonie


Day 286: 3pm


Day 286: 10pm

From Morwell to the end of our đay at the hotel. Ready for tomorrow’s walk. – 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.

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