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 295: Bairnsdale NAIDOC Events

Day 295: 6am

Good morning everyone  it a other beautiful day. We having a march today in Bairnsdale. Everyone in Bairnsdale please come today to the march and I see you all there 


Day 295: 7am


Day 295: 9.30am

Feeling proud today marching in Bairnsdale with Koori nation mob. Also wearing the possum skin with proud that was giving to me by little Eliza from Melbourne. 


Day 295

The march on Monday, from the weight bridge to the start of the walk to the first round about. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 295

The march to the Bairnsdale Corporate Centre. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 295

The march, raising the flags, a bit of a talk inside befor, a feed and more talking then Clinton went to the Telstra shop, then to a meeting place befor heading back to where we are sleeping. – Noonie

Raising the flag 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

Days 262 & 263: Leaving Ballarat

Day 262: 6am

Wwwwoooo our walk is starting to make it way back into social media group and it about time please have a read.

“A WA indigenous man is more than eight months, 4000km and five pairs of shoes into his walk from Perth to Canberra for Aboriginal rights.”


Day 262: 6.30am

Good morning everyone people in Ballarat there a event today come a long to meet my team an I at Victoria park around 10am today. I well see you all there


Day 262: 10am

It is about time main stream media are now covering this walk for justice. So tonight we be watching the news to see what they going to say about the walk. Let make this walk big and get it out there to the people before we reach Canberra.


Day 262

A cold start to this morning, -3, that has been the coldest, it beat WA by -1 with a -2 in WA. Then to a meeting in a park were channel nine film Clinton and was on tv tonight. Well done channel nine. – Noonie


Day 262: 11.30am

Change your profile to support Clinton Pryor’s Walk from WA to Canberra #IsupportClinton#WalkForJustice


Day 262: 2pm

I just wanted to thank Shu Brown from inclusion coordinate for organize think for the last couple day and help organize the event today in Ballarat. Also what to thank other for helping. City of Ballarat – Koori Engagement Action Group (KEAG) for accommodation for tonight and Fiona Machin for helping us with organize accommodation last night.

I what to thank Ballarat and District Aboriginal Cooperative (BADAC) for accommodation in Beaufort where we stay before making our way this way. I also what to thank Bryon Powell – Elder & Tradition Owner – Wadawurrung People from Ballarat country area for welcoming us to they country.

DELWP – Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning for help with think and also Mr Tony Lovett from the Koori Hub and the Ballarat Masters Football Club for the BBQ this morning. Thank you Ballarat community for welcoming us in to your beautiful town.


Day 263: 8.30am

Good morning guys before i start the day of walking this is Jack and Daniel, they regularly donate their pocket money to great causes and chose #ClintonsWalk this month. My admin team took the liberty of sending them a thankyou postcard. Their mum Skye has given her permission to share this. I just want to thank Jack and Daniel from the bottom of my heart for donating to our walk. You two are little league please keep following us on Facebook because think a going to get really amazing when we reach Melbourne

Thank you Jack, Daniel an to your mother Skye thank you

[Admin] Clinton’s Walk For Justice GoFundMe


Day 263: 9am

[Admin] On the evening of June 6, Clinton’s Walk For Justice will join the Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance – WAR in a march through Naarm (Melbourne), beginning at Parliament Gardens.

Clinton Pryor, a Wajuk, Balardung, Kija and Yulparitja man from Western Australia has been on his Walk For Justice since leaving Perth in September last year.

Clinton and the Walk For Justice Team are headed for Canberra, where they will deliver strong messages on behalf of the people and communities the team has met with right across the country.

Clinton says two messages are coming through very clearly from Aboriginal communities right now:

“First – our sovereignty was never ceded and our rights as the first nation peoples of this land should be recognised and respected as sovereign. And also our elders should be given back control over our communities.”

Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance is a of collective of young Aboriginal people committed to the cause of decolonization and the philosophy of Aboriginal nationalism – resistance and revival.

We invite all of the community to support Clinton walk through Naarm. Families are encourage to bring their young ones along to meet deadly brother Clinton.

What to bring: Banners, flags, gum leaves and paint-up.
Must bring rain weather gear to protect yourself from the elements, it is expected to be a cold welcome into Naarm.

Rain, hail or shine our brother Clinton walks for justice and we know we can show him our strength, love and support next Tuesday at 5pm at Parliament.


Day 263: 1pm

Hey guys please have a read another media release. This one is from the courier Ballarat news an paper media group.


Day 263: 8pm

Our day has finish in Ballarat. – Noonie


Day 263: 11pm

The country side and things to see, on out way in to Ballarat. – Noonie