Day 327: Wollongong Daytrip

Day 327: 8.30am

I stand proudly with my elder’s and my people an we shall never give up on fighting for justice an for the truth to be heard. We must continue to fight for our right as first people and we must continue to fight for our ancestors land to be protected and respect in this modern world. But we must do what ever we can to keep our culture a live for the future generations to come so it can live on when we pass on.


Day 327: 10am

– Garry


Day 327: 10am


Day 327: 10.30am

We are our ancestors and they are us. We have been here since time began and the dreaming began. We are the first people of this land we live on and we are the oldest living culture on earth.

The spirit walker


Day 327: 11am

I what to thank everyone for coming out yesterday in Nowra town.

I what to thank Peter Combo, Cullunghutti for organising everything yesterday in Nowra and helping organise accommodation for us.

I what to thank the girls for the food and nourish and gift vouchers, WAMINDA.

I what thank Uncle Paul Mcleod and Uncle Joe Brown-Mcleod and dancers welcoming me on Country.

I also what to thank all of the wonderful Community supporter and Nowra/surroundings areas for coming.

Thank you everyone in Nowra town.


Day 327: 12pm

Should have bought an oyster knife. – Jack


Day 327: 12pm

Hey guys this is in Wollongong today if people of Wollongong community what to see us or what to say hello.

At 3pm we will do a meet/greet with some of Aboriginal Elders and the Lord Mayor, Gordon Bradbery, at the Cultural Centre, Illawarra Aboriginal Corporation at 22 Kenny Street, Wollongong – please be there at the Cultural Centre at 2:45pm.

At 3:30pm we will then walk up to the amphitheatre in Crown Street Mall in Wollongong and and to a short speech to the crowd.

At 3:45pm we will then walk to the Wollongong Youth Services at 85 Burelli Street, Wollongong for a community BBQ cooked by the Koori Men’s Group.

Please be there thank you.


Day 327: 1pm

I just what to thank this two janelle Cronin from the Navajo nation and Zach Wamego- Prairie Band Potawatomi who travel from United States of America who are native American people to pass on a message on the behalf of they people. This two a from standing rock and are the water protecter.

I what to thank you two my brother and sister from united States for coming to see us yesterday and I what to thank your people for standing up protecting mother earth.

Thank you our native brother an sister from united States and we must stand together to protect mother earth.


Day 327: 2.30pm

[Admin Toby] Shirts are being sent today which concludes all orders. They will still be available but we cannot guarantee they will be delivered before Clinton reaches Canberra. The crew may have a few on hand if you are meeting up with them between Sydney and Canberra. Thankyou everyone for your support!


Day 327: 6.30pm

Wollongong greeting. – Jack


Day 327: 9.30pm

[Admin Toby] Thanks Reggie for reminding us today is National Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day and sending us this about your great work in the Territory.

Day 321 & 322: Batemans Bay

Day 321: 6am

Up early at 6:00am and into it. 65km walk to do today an up an down hill an mountain. So today is going to be a good day of walking.


Day 321

Our start to when Garry and Brett drove up to us. – Noonie


Day 321

1st half of the day from what can be seen along the way. – Noonie


Day 321

– Jack


Day 321

Our finish for Saturday was a surprise, a little surprise greeting party for Clinton and us. – Noonie


Day 321: 6.30pm


Day 321

Saturday the 29th was one of thoes day people stop to talk to Clinton and toot the horns, a good day. – Noonie


Day 321

2nd half of Saturday on the road. – Noonie


Day 322: 9.30am

This morning’s start at Moruya the on to Batemans Bay. – Jack


Day 322: 9.30am

We have left Moruya for Batemans on our way. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 322: 10.30am


Day 322

The walk over the Bridge at Batemans Bay, Sunday. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 322: 2pm

The Bridge march we shutting down the bridge in Batemans Bay.


Day 322: 4.30pm

I meet a young amazing man tonight to spend some time with him. This hero man name is Eli he from Batemans Bay. I came over his house tonight after the march to see him. His mum had a talk with me that little Eli is a big fan of my walk and he couldn’t walk with me today because he unwell of very bad condition call brain cancer. So I decided after the walk today to go and see him to spend sometime with him and giving him straight to not give up and keep fighting his brain cancer.

Would like my follower and friends to show your support by liking his page, sharing his stuff on his page and send him your love an help him on his journey as well.

Thank you Eli chatfield for letting me spend sometime with you little brother.

Link here to show your support: https://www.facebook.com/Fighting-For-ELI-229490450880680/


Day 322: 6pm

Batemans Bay today great community. – Jack


Day 322

Our day has finish in Mogo, then drove to Batemans Baye for the walk over the bridge. Then back to Mogo. – Noonie

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.

[Admin Gee] Apma Creations


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

Day 315: Snow Day!

Day 315

At the snow today. I found were one of Thomas the tank engines friend is working. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 315: 11.30am

– Garry


Day 315: 11.30am

First time ever in my life I have now see snow  I wouldn’t know how the old people an our ancestors would of survival up here in the mountain call blue cow. I feel like I on the top of the world. I like to thank David Dixon from Bega area for taking us up here and show us this beautiful around of the Ngarigo people country. A place of snow 


Day 315: 1.30pm


Day 315: 2pm

I we’ll be going live this afternoon explain about what I support so everyone know what the plan is and why I walk all this way to walk to Canberra. So please listen in tonight so we are all on the same page. Put I going live on this page Clinton walk for justice page. So please listen in an go on this page when I go live tonight. I be going live at 6:00pm


Day 315: 4pm

I go live now on my page. What do I support and why I walking for an i need to explain about other think.


Day 315: 6.30pm

Tathra wharf, was a beautiful day. – Jack


Day 315: 6.30pm

This is rosey she a blue heeler dog and she have join our walk for justice. So now we have a dog walking with us and she walking for justice for the right of animals an wild life. She part of the team. If people like to donate when we reach your area or town please donate dog food for her because she walking with me to Canberra to  they had red dog, now we have blue dog. 👣🐾

Day 313: No Justice

Day 313: 7am

Here this morning with uncle Ossie at the radio station going live over here around the Eden area to talk to the walk for justice and the injustice towards everyone from the government.

[Admin Gee] Podcast here.


Day 313: 8.30am

Jigamy farm lovely place lovely people. – Jack


Day 313

From Eden to Jigamy. Friday. – Noonie


Day 313: 11am

At the end of the day we a all aboriginal people because we all from the earth. It just some government bull crape naming an title on a group of people to cause division in society. When we should all know we are one because we come from the earth.


Day 313: 11.30am

[Admin Toby] The Larrakia petition followed an earlier 6-point petition from the Larrakia people and their supporters in March 1972, calling for the McMahon government to establish a commission to negotiate treaties with Indigenous language groups. This appeal was described by Judith Wright as, ‘the first move in the direction of the demand for treaties’.

The wording of the petition were in response to the reply from Prime Minister McMahon in June, 1972, rejecting the call for treaties with Aboriginal people, and stating that it was not appropriate to negotiate with British subjects as though they were foreign powers.

According to the National Archives of Australia, in their publication Memory of a Nation ‘The petition was forwarded to the Queen’s representative in Australia, the Governor-General [Sir Paul Hasluck], and was deposited in the National Archives in 1975.’ The complete document is available on-line on the National Archives website (NAA 1973c).


Day 313: 12.30pm

The walk from Eden to Pambula. – Jack


Day 313

We were at Pambula school today, a good family gathering and then we gathered to do some walking. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 313: 1pm

I’m disappointed and piss at the failuring of the justice system in this country that allowed a man find not guilty for manslaughter after killing young Elijah.


Day 313: 1.30pm

No justice, no peace justice need to be served before this country get divided into two group and we well be back at square one again. Justice system has failed the people of Kalgoorlie and Elijah family.

Please like and share the facebook page: Justice for Elijah


Day 313: 2pm

It go to show how much the justice system work in this country.


Day 313

Our walk Friday from Pambula school to Merimbula. 21st July. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 313: 3pm


Day 313: 6.30pm

[Admin Post] Admin Gee and Luke are here in Perth for E and his family #NoJusticeNoPeace


Day 313: 10.30pm

– Garry

(pics) Justice Mobile… Part 2

Days 293 & 294: Walk into Bairnsdale

Day 293: 5.30am

At the Buchan Caves Reserve, we had a good look around the Royal Cave Friday, after we set up camp. – Noonie


Day 293: 8am

Well I going to put this photo down as the bomb. Amazing picture of biggest mob of us in Melbourne at the front of Parliament house and it like NAIDOC start this week to guys.

Thankyou to Lydia Shaw Photography


Day 293: 10.30am

I be calling up traditional own Reggie Uluru today about some thing and also about seeking advice from them on how I can use the Piece of Uluru rock in Canberra. I what ask and see about burying piece of Uluru rock in Canberra underneath the tree I’m going to planted at embassy.

Also be asking traditional own around Canberra about it to. I what use the piece of the rock that was giving to me from Reggie Uluru to bury it with the tree so it can become a part of the tree. The tree I what to plant well be a symbol of unity between all the 2,000 first nation clan group and a symbol of wisdom knowledge, healing, respect, strength and courage. But most of all united as one for our people, for our culture, for our ancestor, for our law, for our child and for this country itself.

So our people can be proud of who they are and proud of been a part of the longest living culture on earth.


Day 293: 5.30pm

BARNSDALE VICTORIA – Garry


Day 294: 6.30am

A lot of work gone into this artwork
By Leisa with moral support from her partner Len – Brett


Day 294: 7am

– Garry


Day 294: 9.30am

Clinton is about 22 ks out of Bairnsdale walking into Bairnsdale. – Noonie


Day 294

Sunday’s walk to Bairnsdale and just over the bridge on the way out. – Noonie


Day 294: 1pm

The last time i check the story that was written by The Guardian line has been share 1,566. But now it been shared 3,929 time across social media. The walk is getting out there. It like so important that everyone readying and watching this walk. Not just in this country but also around the world to.

If you like to read it click on the picture.


Day 294: 6pm

Please come on down to the Telstra Shop – corner Service st. & Nicholson st.

Thankyou Mel for organising this!


Day 294

Sunday’s view along the road. – Noonie

Day 269: Melbourne; After the March

Day 269


Day 269: 8am

[Admin Luke] Oh wow, lots of donations have come in overnight. Thank you all so much! Our crowdfund is about to break $20k!!!

Keep it coming, let’s make sure Clinton and the team get ALL the way to Canberra!

photo credit: thirdeyefirst photography


Day 269

[Admin] Our Orations: http://murrupbarak.unimelb.edu.au/engage/our-orations


Day 269: 9am

Good morning guys before I began the day of doing stuff in Melbourne. I just wanted to thank everyone who came last night for the night march thought Melbourne and joining me on my walk for justice. The march last night and rally we did was fanatstic and amazing we stop Melbourne in it place and we hit number 1 spot on Twitter of most talk.

Everyone on Twitter and Facebook has been talking about the march that happen in Melbourne last night and we are getting bigger and stronger each day.

I what to thank the warrior resistance group for organising last night event with my admin team. I what to thank Arika Waulu, Dtarneen Onus Williams, Meriki Onus and Gabi Briggs for the amazing hard work to make sure that last night event when well. So thank you Warrior resistance and evey one else for the amazing march last night.

We still got a long way a head of us on the walk. But we all know something need to be done and this why I walk to make a stand for justice and fight for change. We hope in time when we reach Canberra that everyone who come last night and those before well meet us in Canberra to join us to make a stand for Justice.

Thank you warriors resistance and thank you everyone for last night.


Day 269: 10am


Day 269: 10am

Some photos of the last day we were walking towards Melbourne. – Noonie


Day 269: 12pm

It is time we must start looking at doing national day of rally across this country in each state at Parliament house and out in town an community. If we don’t start looking at fight back for our right as human bean and as a multicultural nations for our future and for our child future. Our country it self well start looking like American or start looking at a country becoming a third world country and we don’t what that. In time we well start looking at a National day of rally for justice and this need to be done before all well be lost.


Day 269: 1.30pm


Day 269: 8pm

[Admin Gee] Thank you Tina and Kara Lea for letting us share this deadly dude!

“Here’s my Gunditjmarra warrior Isiah with Clinton after giving him his boots xxx
#proudnanny#loveyabrotherclinton#clintonswalkforjustice


Day 269: 8pm


Day 269: 11pm

Homeless in Melbourne – Garry

Days 265 & 266: Bacchus Marsh

Day 265: 9am

Good morning everyone before I get into the walk today to make my way towards Melbourne. I just wanted to thank little Herbert and his mum Jan for coming out yesterday to come and see us and also help us out with some food.

What to thank little Herbert for doing a 10km walk with me yesterday’s and giving us his speak box so we can use it to speak at rally or march.

Thank you Herbert and Your mum Jan


Day 265: 9am

If people a looking for us. We sited up our camp at Bacchus march town. But today we need to go back to ballan town, that where we stop our walk and we drive to Bacchus town to find accommodation for last night and for tonight. So today we be driving back to Ballan town to start the walk again where we stop the walk to start the walk again to make our way to Bacchus town to camp for a night again.

We are walking thought the back road to Bacchus town if people need to know where we are. Than tomorrow morning we be making our way into Melbourne city going thought the back way into Melbourne thought Carolina spring suburb and continued our walk down to federation square. When we reach federation square we be looking for a place to setup camp or look for accommodation so we can setup a base. So we can use this base as a home to go to after a long day of busyness in Melbourne. We are going to stay in Melbourne for at less 8 days doing stuff and seen people than after our time in Melbourne we well start getting ready for the long journey to Sydney.


Day 265: 10am


Day 265

Saturdays walk and some of the views and things to see. – Noonie


Day 265: 3pm

[Guest Post] Clinton near Ballan – Katie on Twitter (Katie’s Instagram)


Day 265: 5pm

The sun rise, then from Ballan on to Werribee Gorge State Park then Finishing at Bacchus Marsh. – Noonie


Day 265: 6pm

[Guest Post] Would love to say a big thank you to this beautiful young man Clinton. My daughter missed out on seeing him in the day time due to school she had made him a little bracelet to wear an was upset she wouldnt see him so my mum inboxed clintons page an luke replied to my mother saying that Clinton wouldn’t mind if she popped up to see him 31/5/17 (Ballarat) Thank you Once again for putting a smile on my daughter face an letting us take some photos of you Clinton be proud an good luck an safe trip – Kim


Day 266: 6.30am

Everyone please get behind my good friend Murrawah Maroochy she amazing strong person who standing up for what she believe in and standing up for the land an the great barrier reef up there in Queensland. I support her 100% and stand behind my sister Murrawah no matter what happen. Adani mine must not go ahead guys. Her and her people need all the help she can get. So please help and show your support to her and her family to stand against Adani mine. Your amazing my sister Murrawah  I stand with you all the way

Please share and show your support


Day 266: 7.30am


Day 266: 8am

– Garry


Day 266: 8am

It time we make our way into Melbourne. Melbourne our second city, here come the spirit walker who walk for justice


Day 266: 9.30am

People need to know where we are. We are walking thought the back way on a hwy into Melton town. Then we been coming into Melbourne thought Carlisle spring Suburb.


Day 266: 11am

We have left Bacchus Marsh and on our way towards Melbourne. – Noonie


Day 266: 1pm

Just now in Melton where we being feed – Garry


Day 266: 6pm


Day 266: 9pm

This is from the sign says Deep Creek Cutting, to were we finish for the day. – Noonie

Bonus Video

Day 264: Ballan

Day 264: 4.30am


Day 264: 8.30am

Hello everyone before we get into the walk today and head of to Melbourne I just wanted to thank Mr Tony Lovett from the Koori Hub and the Ballarat Masters Football Club for helping us out by helping with getting our cars served at the mechanic by covering the cost. Thank you Mr Tony Lovett for assisting us with help mate

I also what to thank Sgt Mel Peters from Ballarat police by calling the police in Melbourne to look at helping us out with assisting to escort us over the Melbourne bridge when we walk into Melbourne from west side of it. I hope that the police of Melbourne well help us when we make our walk into Melbourne.

Thank you Sgt Mel peter

[Guest Post] Thanks for the wrap Clinton. Regent Auto in Ballarat Arena Mclaren did a great deal looking after your cars, the Ballarat ACJP picked up the tab for the remaining repairs. I just facilitated it.
Once again, thanks for stopping in Ballarat and sharing your story and inspiration! – Tony Lovett

[Admin] Ballarat Regent Automotive Services


Day 264: 9am

Good morning guys we on our way into Melbourne


Day 264: 11am

I have walk over 4,000 something km now I doing this walk for everyone to bring unity in this country. I walk for my family who i stood with on Heirssion island for 16month who fought for homeless an forced closure of community. A strong family I have and a proud family I have who just what our community to be reopened up and get back on with our live. I Walk for community that been close down to get them reopened up. We stand strong and proud and we a ready to fought for anyone who need help.

I walk to end poverty in community around Australia, I walk for ever homeless person who live in this country who need a home. I walk to bring everyone together to bring unity forward to get justice for everyone and for our self. This walk is for you my family back home in Perth, this walk is for my people, this walk is for all my friend who stood with and this walk is for everyone else. This government for to long has hurt us all and it time we get justice served.


Day 264

– Garry


Day 264: 12pm

We have left Ballarat, on our way. – Noonie


Day 264: 1pm

Thank you NITV for publishing this story about the walk and it good you written it down well about time. Please have a read guys a real story to read about why I walking and what I have notest been in community, station, homeland and town. It time for them to listen when I get into Canberra.

I ain’t walking to Canberra to see the prime minister. I walking to Canberra to see the governor general because a none is a none it time we talk to the queen right hand man ask for the one of royal family to come here to see us all.


Day 264

On the old Melbourne rd – Garry


Day 264: 3.30pm

This is Herbie had the day off school to walk with Clinton – Garry


Day 264: 6pm

We just coming over the hill of Melbourne and I can say I never seen a big city before bigger than Perth there so much light woo😱 this me and my team first time coming into Melbourne in our life😨


Day 264: 6.30pm

We had a young walker with us today. His mum was keeping an eye on him, Herbert was no problem, not long after this photo Herbert and his mum headed home. Thankyou Herbert for the company, thanks to his mum for bringing Herbert out – Noonie


Day 264: 7pm

We made it to Ballan. – Noonie