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Day 226: ANZAC Day

Day 226: 9.30am

Here today to payed my respect to those who die in the war thought out this world and the frontier war in this country it self. Anzac Day is a time when we honour all the men and women who have served Australia, many of whom made the ultimate sacrifice. But also Anzac should be a time on this day to remember those who die defending they land from the British invasion.

Anzac can be a day of remembering those who served defending this country thought out the war’s in the world and use as a day to remember those who die defending they country from invasion on this land we live on today.

Anzac can bring unity forward for both side. But our government and modern Australia tell us to get over it on this day and tell us to move forward from the past. But you wouldn’t like it if we told you to move forward from Anzac. When we should know in our heart we want unity and Anzac can be a day to remember people served defending this country from invasion an for those who served in the war thought out the world.

But if we keep on only remembering those on Anzac day who served Australia and not remember those from the frontier war. There be always division and no unity on Anzac day. It time we remember ever thing that happen in this country in the past from the frontier wars and remember those who served Australia it self to. It time for unity Australia so let make this happen.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have served in all of Australia’s major conflicts since the Boer War but have not always received the deserved recognition. Many returned not even to be counted as citizens… let alone be eligible for Government assistance and programs.

Today let’s take an extra moment to remember the sacrifice made by our First Peoples, the oldest living culture of the planet, and their contribution to defending our nation. Also remember those who served Australia in the war thought out the world it self together for unity.

So Lest we forget.


Day 226: 10.30am

[Guest Post] Big thank you to these two and the Tauondi College for supporting – Janette


Day 226: 4.30pm

We had a tour of the wetlands were we are staying, a look at how the people lived on the land and the food they were eating. A very good time around the wetlands here. – Noonie


Day 226: 5pm

We been invited out for dinner tonight to port Adelaide football club to meet all the first nation football player. The football club head about our walk and the player what to meet me and the team. They what to hear about our walk, help out with giving me some gift and help out with Crow funding. So we off tonight to have dinner with port Adelaide football club tonight. Let see how this go


Day 226:

[Admin Gee] Huge thanks to Croakey for sharing this interview video with us! And for coming on down and joining the March into Adelaide!


Day 226: 5.30pm

It Port Adelaide bar – Garry


Day 226: 8pm

I just wanted to thank port Adelaide football club and Pauly for organizing a dinner with some of the indigenous player for tonight dinner. It was a great honor to meet you boyz and to have a talk to you guys about my walk. It been great to have dinner with you guys. So thank you port Adelaide football club and Pauly for having us at your club tonight. Also the football club got the hole team to sign a t-shirt and a foot ball for me to take with me on the walk. On top the club will be donating to our crowdfunding to help us to keep going with our walk.

Thank you port Adelaide football club for the support for my walk and understanding why we doing this for


Day 226: 8.30pm

Also I just letting everyone know that my team and I are here until Monday next week. So please if need to see me message my page Clinton walk for justice and I try my best to get back to each ad one of you. I’m a very busy person. That is why I have admin team there to help me.

Cheer!!!


Day 226: 9.30pm

Tonight at Port Adelaide club – Garry

Day 225: Adelaide March!

Day 225: 6am

Good morning guys today is the big in Adelaide. We march for justice please been at Gepps Cross today at 8:30am or 9:00am. Here is route to show you were we start and which way we are marching today. I see you all today at Gepps Cross guy. So let do this and make history together as one for justice and for change


Day 225: 7.30am

Remember people who coming to the rally today please go live on your social media on Facebook or other social. We what every one to watch today march in Adelaide for justice and for change. Also I be going live on my social media page my Facebook personal page for this to watch it today.


Day 225: 8.30am

[Admin Toby] Leaving Gepps Cross at 10:00!!

Thanks Michelle Lim for tweeting this pic 😄👍


Day 225: 8.30am

Adelaide Clinton’s walk for justice heads into the City. – Noonie


Day 225: 9.30am

Going live please get Down here and joined us for the march today we live at 10:00am


Day 225: 9.30am

[Guest Post] the walk to Victoria Square is under way so come on Adelaide we want to see you are there. – Brett




Day 225: 10am

Going live now for the march in Adelaide





Day 225: 11.30am

[Admin Toby] King William Street to Tarndanyangga


Day 225: 12pm

Here we are Adelaide on our way to Victoria Square and we hope to see you all there! – Brett


Day 225: 1pm


Day 225: 1.30pm

[Guest Post] Its a great pleasure to honor Clinton Pryor today at Adelaide: The man walking across Australia for Indigenous communities and their rights! Perth to Canberra – 5,581 KM!

Speaking with him gained lot of information and the day to day issues that Indigenous communities facing…”When the WA Government announced the closures of up to 150 remote communities in November 2014, Mr Pryor knew he had to do something for his people.” – Bala


Day 225: 4pm

[Guest Post] It was an honour to join Clinton’s Walk for Justice from North Adelaide, past the parade ground where we paid tribute to fallen Indigenous soldiers at the memorial and through the city centre at lunch time to Tarndanyangga (Victoria Square).
Above you can hear in Clinton’s own words about his journey, where he’s been, the people he’s met and what he hopes to achieve in Canberra.

– Australians of British Heritage for Indigenous Justice and Reconciliation


Day 225: 4pm

[Guest Post] Clinton being cleansed through smoking ceremony by Uncle Moogy Sumner – Janette


Day 225: 7.30pm

[Admin Toby] A very BIG Thankyou goes out to Janette Milera for her tireless work over the last months building the walk into Adelaide to the special event it was today.
For those of us unable to attend we loved being able to view the live feeds and see the people out in support. (And especially the smoking ceremony!)
The Admin team appreciate all your organising and it sure has set the anticipation and momentum for Melbourne! 💃🏾🚶🏾👣


Day 225: 8.30pm

– Garry


Day 225: 9pm

It was a good day for the walk into Adelaide, not much rain and cool. – Noonie

Day 224: Adelaide!

Day 224: 12am

[Guest Post] Bedtime… for real 😎 – Janette


Day 224: 8am

You don’t see this every day. Garry playing need for speed on the Xbox 😨😱


Day 224: 11pm

On our way to Dublin. – Noonie


Day 224: 11.30am

A welcome to Country and a shield to be given to Clinton. – Noonie


Day 224: 1pm

The walk for justice is on it way into Adelaide. We are now about 30km out from the spot where the march is going to start of on Monday into Adelaide


Day 224: 8.30am

[Admin Gee] Look who the team ran into yesterday! Ernie Dingo!


Day 224: 10.30am

Adelaideeeee yyyyyyyeeeeeee  first city after 7 month of walking yyyyeeeee to deadly walk it from Perth to Adelaide, one city to other yyyyeeeee


Day 224: 10.30am

[Admin Toby] Now north of Port Wakefield Rd Bridge


Day 224: 1.30pm

Meet elder Garth Agius who did welcome to country on his country area the Kaurna people. He also presented me a shield from his people and told me to take it with me on my journey to Canberra as a gift from the Kaurna for protection.

Thank you elder Garth Agius for this amazing gift from your people and thank you for welcoming me in to your country area


Day 224: 1.30pm

You never know who you may meet along the road, just someone to meet the lad. – Noonie


Day 224: 4pm

From lunch to the finish of the walk today, finish at the start of tomorrow walk into the City, Adelaide. – Noonie


Day 224: 4pm

Hey guys just letting you know I finely made it to Gepps Cross where we be marching tomorrow from this spot. Please get here around 8:30 or 9:00am also please share the post i be loading up to show people where to go an tell your family an friend that there going to be a march tomorrow at Gepps Cross around 9:30am to Victoria square.  now it time to rest and get ready for tomorrow rally 

Day 213: Crystal Brook

Day 213: 8am

Good morning guys before we leave Port Pirie I just wanted to thank Elaine Crombie and the owner of Port Pirie Beach Caravan Park, Meg. So thank you Elaine Crombie and Meg for organizing us a place to stay in Port Pirie. We it time we head to the next town

[Admin] Port Pirie Beach Caravan Park: http://www.portpiriebeachcaravanpark.com.au/


Day 213: 8.30am

Walking out of Port Pirie Caravan Park and meeting people from Adelaide. – Noonie


Day 213: 11am

Leaving Port Pirie and now on my way towards Crystal Brook town. Where is our next camping spot will be  we be arriving into Crystal Brook today this afternoon around 4 to 5 clock pm


Day 213: 12.30pm

[Guest Post] Janette: Stopped on the Rd home to yarn with this bloke….Family also got meet Clinton and Noonie.

When the people from Adelaide stop, out of the back pop out a Walk for Justice T-shirt and a big smile welcome us. If this is what Adelaide will be like, a good warm welcome. – Noonie


Day 213: 3.30pm

Finley made it to Crystal Brook  time to go and setup camp to get some rest and have something to eat. We leave tomorrow from Crystal Brook to head to the next town call Redhill


Day 213: 6.30pm

Trying to get us a feed for tonight. But he standing up on the tree, look like he ready to fight to the death and saying to me I ain’t going to be easy to get  and I won’t go down with out a fight. So I made the choice to back of and let him go back to sleep on his tree


Day 213: 8pm

At the Port Pirie Caravan Park this morning befor the walk started some visitors came to see Clinton. Thanks to the owner of the Port Pirie Caravan Park giving us a Cabin for the night, thankyou – Noonie


Day 213: 8.30pm

Every day we get closer and closer to our first city ever seen leaving from Perth. I do not know what it going to be like in Adelaide because I never being there it my first time this way over east and walking into Adelaide. But I do know is that to let everyone know my self, Garry , Noonie and my admin team is ready for what lines a head for us when we hit our first city.

We know when we hit Adelaide it going to be full on for us all, headache and the walk is going to get big. But we ready for it because the one think my self, my team and my admin know is this we know that we came this far from where we started up to now and that we going to keep going until we finish this walk of into Canberra to get justice for everyone.


Day 213: 9.30pm

A change of land scapes to crop now the Rangers and the Ocean water is soon in the distance. – Noonie


Day 213: 9.30pm

A fiberglass goanna. – Noonie