Day 331: Nowra

Day 331: 7am

Hey guys here is the story from the New York Time. Please have a read 

Thank you New York Time for spending time with us and helping us get the story out to the world 🌍


Day 331: 7.30am


Day 331: 8am

The people we have meet along the road in the last two days. – Noonie

Adriana: It was such a pleasure meeting you all Noonie, thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us, my boys just talked all the way home about your trip and the why’s and they just wanted to stay there and talk to all of you to learn more. Anthony – my eldest told his grand parents what you had all said to him and Lucas that day, Thank you and thank you again for what you are doing. Stay strong Noonie and Clinton and the rest of the team, my pride for you guys is something I will carry forever

Day 331: 8am

Photo by Brook Mitchell for the New York Times


Day 331: 8am

I have spent a little time with Noil and Trish and enjoyed the time spent with them. Another life time struggle with this system, generation after generation. Thankyou for the time and the conversations with two wonderful people Noil and Trish. – Noonie


Day 331: 11am

After almost a year and 5580kms, Clinton’s Walk for Justice is reaching it’s final destination…

Clinton will soon be welcome in Canberra to speak with the Governor General and share the messages he has received from communities along the way! We are inviting EVERYONE to ome along and support Clinton during this history making visit to Parliarment House!

Clinton’s journey has shown us that one man CAN make a difference, so lets get behind him and show him he has ALL OF OUR SUPPORT!

Come along for a day of entertainment, food and celebration! Donations can continue to be made to Clinton and the team at www.gofundme.com/clintonswalk


Day 331: 11am

When I reach the end of this journey into Canberra. I have walked over 5,550km doing the walk for justice in the foot step of my ancients an the first walk for justice in history in the southern hemisphere.

Truth and justice well lead the way for this country to heal and to move this country forward for better future for all. Our time has come and we waited for 229 year for this to happen and it is the right time for this to happen an that is a treaty to heal the nation.

we’ll speak out about the issue my people an none indigenous people from community, homeland, station, town and city about the injustice that taking place throughout this country. The truth is the truth and it is the only way to move forward.

It is time for political from both side and the governor general to set down and it time to listen. No more we shall not live a lie. It is time for the truth to be heard.

-The spirit walker-


Day 331: 12.30pm

On our way to Nowra just pass the HMAS Albatross. A great day for the walk. – Noonie


Day 331: 4pm

On our way out of Nowra. – Noonie


Day 331

To the end of the day, the 8th. August. – Noonie


Day 331: 9pm

 

Day 326: Nowra Bridgewalk

Day 326: 7am

I want to thank Kings Point retreat Ulladulla for letting us stay for two nighy for free at they accommodation in Ulladulla.

I want to thank Leanne Barford and who work for the Ulladulla Local Aboriginal Land Council for organising everything and helping with every thing in Ulladulla.

I want to thank the Elder who did the Welcome to Country lastnight at the local aboriginal land council named Uncle Fred. The mob is the Murramarang People for coming tonight to.

Thank you everyone in Ulladulla for the warm welcoming.


Day 326: 7am

I just having a talk with the New York Time and I was asking about where our walk for justice story will go out to. They said the story will go to Australia 🇦🇺, American 🇺🇸 , Canada 🍁, England, China 🇨🇳, Europe, India 🇮🇳 you may say it go all over the world 🌍 to a lot of millions of people. So there for the world will know about the walk for justice.


Day 326: 7.30am

Mollymook Beach. A rock beach line here, had to see it. – Noonie


Day 326: 8.30am


Day 326

Thursday the 3rd of August, from Mollymook Beach, the walk towards Ulladulla and then we drive towards Nowra for the bridge walk.


Day 326: 11,30am


Day 326: 11.30am


Day 326

Nowra, the welcome and smoking before the bridge walk. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 326: 2.30pm

Nowra big welcome awesome. – Jack


Day 326

The walk over the bridge at Nowra. – Noonie

Bonus Video

Day 325: Ulladulla Welcome

Day 325: 7am

Please come a long if you live around the area to march with us over the bridge tomorrow in Nowra town. We ask all to come to show your support and march with Clinton over the bridge with the community of Nowra for justice.

We ask as well if you like to donate please come to the march to personnel had your donation towards Clinton or the people who walking around collecting donation in the box. We are having a free BBQ so everyone can have something to eat on the day.

So please bring your family and friend to enjoy a beautiful day march over the bridge and also the New York Time well be there filming and recording the march over the bridge. So the world can know what happen in Australia.

Thank you!!!!!!


Day 325: 11.30am


Day 325

At Debs house, to leaving Batemans Bay and on our way. 1st half. – Noonie


Day 325: 4pm

[Admin Gee] Thanks to Kotahi Tourism for these pictures, and the brolly!


Day 325: 5.30pm

My day – Jack


Day 325

The 2nd half of Wednesdays walk from Batemans Bay. – Noonie


Day 325: 8.30pm


Day 325

Wednesday, we finish the day with a welcome to Country at a Barbeque, more good people to meet and talk to. – Noonie


Day 325: 11.30pm

Day 323 & 324: Mogo

Day 323: 8.30am

Mogo gold rush town. – Jack


Day 323: 11.30am

Enjoying rest day today because it going to be raining all day. But tomorrow we be getting back into the walk again because it well be sunny. The team went out to go enjoy them self for and have a look a around this area.

Me i relaxing and thinking about think an thinking about the walk and all the thing I have seen and listen and feet sin been on the walk. So today is a good day of relaxing to go over think and enjoy the day wild it raining all day with a cup of tea.


Day 323: 12pm

The full documentary of the walk for justice has finally come out thanks to The QUO an thanks to Alfred Pek for making this happen an putting it together to explain it very well.

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/thequoau/

Website – http://thequo.com.au


Day 323: 2pm


Day 323: 2pm

I just wanted to thank everyone from Batemans Bay the community for coming out yesterday to march with us over the bridge to shut it down for a walk for justice.

I what to thank those who have organise everything yesterday and those who help us out getting accommodation, food, donation and getting my laptop fix.

I what to thank the Gold rush colony for putting us up for two night for free at they accommodation in Mogo.

I what to thank active computer technology from Batemans Bay for fixing my lap top after it crash down

I what to thank Katungul AMS for they support and helping us out with donation like food and vouchers.

I what to thank the police in Batemans Bay for helping out with closing the bridge and help us walk across safely with family and kids.

I what to Murra Mia aboriginal tenancy services for doing the BBQ, organisaing bridge march and overall corrindation ever thing.

Thank you Batemans Bay people an community for all the support and help


Day 323: 8.30pm

We all have come a long way and now it time we finish this off and do why we went on this journey in the first place.

I’m almost there at end of a amazing journey. It has been a great honour to walk in the foot step of my ancients and I walk with prouded for my people and walk on song line that my ancients made for us to follow and understand why they was created in the first place for my people.

I do not know what going to happen when I reach Canberra, but I do know in my heart an mind I must try because it need to be done to change this country and this world we live in. But I hope it well be something that this country will never forget and it well help change this country way to do better to build a better country and a better world we live in.

All that matter now is to speak the truth from the heart to make this men in suit and everyone else who live here to change they way and do better than they know them self now.

I hope in year to come people well talk about the walk for justice that a man who was just young walk across a land thought different country for his people and for everyone else. Walk all the way to the capital city call Canberra to speak the truth and send a message he collected from his people and from every one else on this journey that made him did it in the first place.

The walk well live on and the name the spirit walker well live on when I go and pass on. A man who walk across a country bring hope and change and all the way to capital city to tell men in suit to change they way because he believe and he believe in a dream could made a difference.


Day 324: 9.30am

We are on our way and a good farewell to Mogo, again good people have help us and thankyou for the support given to us. – Noonie


Day 324: 2.30pm

We have walked to Batemans Bay and have moved forward to Mollymook to set up to stay, then continue walking tomorrow. – Noonie


Day 324: 5.30pm


Day 324

From Mogo to our place to sleep, the first half. On the road. – Noonie


Day 324: 6.30pm

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