Day 311: Eden Arrival

Day 311: 6.30am

Good morning guys it another beautiful day of walking. I came a cross this skullen tree this morning in the forest where they are login. You can see it stand out from the other. I call this tree a white secret tree in the Forrest. It look beautiful and stand it out.


Day 311: 7am

I got a phone call from my elder’s yesterday afternoon. They told me I’m no long a warrior but now an elder because of the wisdom and knowledge I have from both world’s. I must use my wisdom and knowledge to help my people an this country it self to move forward as one. From now on I must be wise because I’m a elder now. I made the rank of an elder at the age of 27 year old that really cool. I’m a elder spirit walker.


Day 311: 9am

Now I have the rank of an elder it still doesn’t take away the name the spirit walker it boost the name up to Elder spirit walker. To have say an be listen to. But it mean I have to now take a lot responsibility and be more wise. So it mean I have to think better and be my knowledgeable with the wisdom I have.


Day 311: 10am

It a good day walking throught this mountain before we reach Eden. I also got a boonde bag hanging off the walking stick where I have my piece of the Uluru rock in it. I’m the Boordier spirit walker


Day 311: 11am

We have left Towamba heading for Eden. – Noonie


Day 311: 11.30am


Day 311

From Towamba to were we came out at Boydtown. – Noonie


Day 311

From Boydtown to Quarantine Bay. – Noonie


[Guest Post: Tricia] 

Traditional owner Steven Holmes direct bloodline descendant of Budginbro. Budginbro who in 1843 guided Ben Boyd and his marine artist and manager Sir Oswald Walter Brierly from Twofold Bay Eden to the Monaro.


Day 311

From Quarantine Bay to were we finish the walk for the day, then on to were were we will be camping. – Noonie


[Guest Post: Stephen Atkinson] 

2 great men that I have nothing but the utmost respect for.

One I’ve known all my life and love and respect him for what he has done for his people, for his wealth of knowledge and the wisdom of how best to use it and what he has achieved in his lifetime all for the love of his people.

The other I’ve known a few months and am in awe at what he is doing for his people and for what he has been able to achieve and the growth and knowledge he has gained along the way, all for the love of his people.

You are in good company Clinton Pryor.


Day 311: 10pm

Days 309 & 310: Towamba

Day 309: 7am

I was walking this morning and i came a cross a section of the Forrest has been cut down from login. I when out to the open and sat down and think about this place was once a Forrest with beautiful wild life but now it non-thinking but dead land.

This section of the Forrest opened my eyes and made me release what destination can do to the nature it self and greed of man can do to mother earth. We as a human race must change our way or we well live in a world of non think but polited land and what live on this earth with us well be gone an I mean the wild life it self.

I know in my heart we can change our way’s and I believe we can to help mother earth real health it self and not a loud greed to get the best of us.

My people live here for over 100,000 year something and we managed to take care of mother earth. But technology in the last 200 year has destroyed a lot of the earth it self. It time for the world an world leader need to listen to first people around the world who know how the land work, it time for everyone to listen to us or everything well be lost because of greed.


Day 309: 8.30am

Hey guys help donate and every donations help us get to Sydney, Canberra and back home to Perth. We a still walking an all donations help us get food, fuel and other think we need to continue our walk to Canberra.

Please share this go fund page with your family, friend and other to ask to donate an help so we can continue our walk.


Day 309

From our starting point to the top of the mountain at Letts Mountain Road. – Noonie

Bonus Video: Logging Trucks


Day 309: 5pm


Day 309: 5.30pm

From Letts Mountain Road to the Towamba turnoff. – Noonie


Day 309: 6pm

We have stop at the Two Mile Road were we have deen picked up today. We will be starting from their tomorrow to finish the walk into Towamba. – Noonie


Day 309

Imlay Rd to the turnoff to Towamba. – Noonie


Day 310: 8am

Here a story from the New York Time about the walk. This is the Australia New York Time version but it also go to United state The New York Time for the American people can read about the walk to. They be meeting me on the road before I reach Sydney to write a story than they well publish the story online so Australia people can read it and also United States people can read it to.


Day 310: 10.30am

Hey guys this is for tomorrow. We be getting into Eden town by town afternoon. Please share so all the mob in Eden an around the area can see what we doing on Thursday an Friday cheers.


Day 310: 12.30pm


Day 310: 1pm


Day 310

From Two Mile Road to Towamba – Noonie


Day 310: 3pm

Clinton arriving in Towomba and been greeted by Towamba Public School group. – Noonie

Bonus Video: Walking into the School. 


Day 310

From Two Mile Road to were we are camped. – Noonie

Days 307 & 308: New South Wales!!!

Day 307: 9.30am

Nothing but Forrest and Forrest and Forrest.


Day 307: 6am

Friday 14th July. On our way to Eden.

The mountains were covered in a smoke haze in the distance. The opening in the clouds aloud the sun to beam the light down, also along the slope.

That evening we had a visit by our two walkers Moureen and Ileine (hope my spelling in right) sister’s. Once again a story of a life in the bush to evade the Government process of taking children away.

Then came their story of life on their Country and the struggle with Government over the land on their Country. The same process and talk from Perth to Cann River. I had also received a photo to pass on. I have chosen this opportunity to pass it on.

The photo is a heart with the First People’s, Colours, of the First Nations of this Continent. The heart represents the Mother’s love. Mother to children, children to Mother and one of Country and the Earth. Culture. The impact of the Empire is still been used today, the Mother’s are still suffering today.

Theses two sisters, soft speaking women talk and speak the same, as all the people across the Continent. A great Continent of people’s with, an out dated Government values, that are not representing the people. – Noonie


Day 307

Saturday 15th of July on our way to the border on the Monaro Highway. – Noonie


Day 307

We crossed the Cann River a few times today, we picked up a walker and missed out on a lunch break. – Noonie

Bonus Video: Justice Mobiles drop off the walk team and drive ahead to the next town.


Day 307: 7pm

How far I have walk now  not far to go know Sydney here we come. I be saying I walk it from Perth to Sydney and than from Perth to ccccaaaannnberra. Walk about 4,700km and 9month of walking soon to be 10month. I’m the spirit walker 

[Admin Gee] Timesheets have been updated!


Day 307

Along the road Saturday. – Noonie


Day 307: 10pm

[Admin Toby] Carolyn and Mark send congratulations to Clinton on reaching NSW!


Day 308

From the Victoria, NSW Border to the Eden turnoff. – Noonie


Day 308: 3.30pm

Yyyyyyyeeeeeeeee we made it to the NSW boarder Yyyyyyyeeeeeeeee our four state. Sydney Redfern mob we on our way than it is Canberra. The Australian Capital Territory governor general here I come.


Day 308

From the Monaro Highway turnoff to Eden to our pick up. – Noonie

Day 306: Cann River

Day 306: 9.30am

Good morning guys walking early as today. Camping  out in the Forrest was amazing.


Day 306: 11am

When you see the sign say Canberra and that feeling. Not long to go, that I have keep my promess to my people and my elder’s that have walking to Canberra from Perth for justice. Only 877km left to got until we reach the end of the journey that we all set of on sin last year September the 8th. Governor general here we come and we a coming to fight for justice for everyone.


Day 306: 1.30pm

Friday from camp to the start of the walk, to Cann River. – Noonie


Day 306: 1.30pm


Day 306: 3.30pm

What can been seen along the road, this is from camp to Cann River.  – Noonie


Day 306: 4pm

We had some people walking with us into Cann River. We were treated to some food thanks to wonderful people and good company again. – Noonie


Day 306

We continue our walk after a feed, heading for Eden. – Noonie

Day 305: Cann River Forrest

Day 305: 7am


Day 305: 9am

Where we are now guys.


Day 305: 9am

Fight is still not over we still need to get to Canberra an get think done. I ask all my follow when I get to Canberra to meet me there to walk with me to meet with the governor general. When I cross the board I we’ll let everyone know what day we getting into Canberra.


Day 305

Thursday, 1st half of the day, Cabbage Tree Creek, to camp. – Noonie


Day 305: 12pm

[Admin Luke] Getting closer and closer and closer to the final stretch, but still a LOT of walking left to do yet. Please keep the donations coming to keep the team going through the bitter cold of winter…

After Sydney, Clinton and the team will have to head up into the mountains in order to get to Canberra. It’ll be a hard, COLD walk.

Let’s make sure the team have all the resources they need for that stretch, and to get home safely too!


Day 305

Thursday the 13th of July, this is a place not to ride a bike, in places not people friendly with traffic. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 305: 3pm

We are camping  tonight in the Forrest 


Day 305

Thursday 2nd half to camping. – Noonie

Days 303 & 304: Leaving Orbost

Day 303: 9.30am

From camp Monday to Orbost. – Noonie

Bonus video: Stuck at the siege roadblock.


Day 303: 10am

From Orbost to Brodribb River, where we finish Monday. – Noonie


Day 303: 7pm


Day 303: 10pm

History lesson tonight guy this video are call the first Australia.

The first Australia episode 5: A unhealthy government.


Day 304: 9am

[Admin Toby] Checkout Clayton’s interview with The Canberra Times regarding Australia’s new Racial Justice Organisation; Democracy In Colour!

‘”We’ve got a chance to talk about the elephant in the room, that elephant is entrenched and institutionalised structural racism and were over it”. Clayton Simpson, Canberra Campaigner and Organiser.

A local issue Mr Simpson pointed to was Canberra’s homeless population, the highest per capita nationally, with Indigenous Australians over-represented.’

There is a launch party tommorow night 6pm at The Front Gallery, Lyneham:
https://www.facebook.com/events/319682935141234/?ti=icl

Perth Launch: 28th July 6-10pm. Uniting Church Hall (UCIC) Level 1, 97 William Street Perth:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1842674109392911/?ti=icl

Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/DemocracyInColour/

#StandUpAndBeCounted
#NoRoomForRacism


Day 304: 9am

Good morning guys it another beautiful day if walking. We leaving Orbost and now making our way thought to Cann river. Now we a entering thick Forrest country area.So it a three day walk towards Cann river.


Day 304: 11am

We are on the road and walking, thanks to Paula and others, more wonderful people is has been a pleasure to be at Orbost. Thankyou. – Noonie


Day 304: 4.30pm

Now the walk is getting bigger and bigger an we getting closer to Canberra. I must take the responsibility an sink guidance from my spirit ancient to complete this journey into Canberra and show me how I going to do this.


Day 304

From drop off to Cabbage Tree Creek. – Noonie