Day 320: Narooma

Day 320: 7.30am

I just wanted to thank aunty Merryn Apma an aunty Cheryl Davison, wally Stewart and Kenny Campbell for organising everything in Tilba Tilba town and organise a raffle tickets that rise upto $875 dollars to help us continue our walk towards Sydney an then Canberra.

Also I what to thank everyone for going fishing an getting a lot of sea food for everyone so that everyone have something to eat on the day went we made our way into Tilba Tilba town on Yuin country area.

In the raffle tickets that when on sale was three prise win.

The first prize winner go to Cheryl Moreton.

The second prize winner go to Carol Andrew.

The third prize winner go to Lyndall majnusseson.

We what to thank every one for paying a ticket to enter the raffle and also help rise some money to help us on our journey. Thank you everyone for coming our yesterday and coming our to walk with us an having a talk about why we doing the walk for justice for.

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Day 320: 9.30am

On the road again we now heading towards Batemans Bay town it well be a two day walk. We be getting into Batemans Bay by tomorrow night. If people a looking for us we are walking on A1 hwy towards Sydney Redfern.


Day 320

I found a a bit of magic on the side of the road, but I could not get it to work. – Noonie


Day 320: 1pm

It time for thing to change and the time is now. I have come a long way and I’m now close to the end of this amazing journey we all come on together. We must now come together to stand for truth and justice or we be at this for year to come. I ask all my people and none indigenous people to meet me in Canberra when I get there or organisae national rally cross this country when we reach Canberra to rally for justice and for thing to change.

– The spirit walker –


Day 320: 1.30pm

Australia needed a treaty with its Aboriginal population giving elders more control over their people, which would help address inequality and issues that the Indigenous people faced every day.

Many in the Aboriginal community had lost faith in the “Recognise” movement and just wanted a formal treaty in place, giving them the rights they needed to improve their lives and future of the race.

“It should have been done in 1788, 229 years ago and we are still waiting for it to happen,” he said. “The most thing I worry is see a lot of my people living homeless, watching the land being destroyed and my culture dying out.”


Day 320: 1.30pm

On our way and walking. – Noonie


Day 320: 1.30pm

Please have a read from Narooma news it about the treaty I talk about.


Day 320

Up to our lunch stop. – Noonie


Day 320: 2.30pm

[Admin Toby]  Rally for David Dungay in Sydney today with the families lawyer from the National Justice Project Mr Duncan Fines (last picture)

We want Truth: Aboriginal Man’s Family via news.com.au

Video: Paddy’s Speech thanks to Natalie


Day 320: 5.30pm

Dropping the men of today then setting camp up 10 KS out of Narooma. – Jack


Day 320

The end of the day for us. – Noonie


Day 320: 7.30pm

– Garry


Day 320

Along the road Friday. – 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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