Day 296: Happy Birthday Noonie!


Day 296: 6.30am

The day we went to see a footfall match. Then the next day Clinton and I walked into Bairnsdale. – Noonie


Day 296: 7am

Wwwwoooo I walking that fast 96ks unhou. I can walk that fast 


Day 296: 7.30am


Day 296: 8am

Metung, had a look around the boats this morning. – Noonie


Day 296: 10am


[Admin Gee] Another trailer from The QUO of the upcoming mini doco for #ClintonsWalk! Looking good guys!


Day 296: 12pm

Finley come a cross koala four of them  they know how to sleep all day 


Day 296: 12.30pm

I climbed up the tree to get a closer one. Beautiful wild life they are the koala 🐨 


Day 296: 1pm

[Admin Toby] Brothers 4 Recovery are Ed Daley, Steve Morris and Jeff Amatta; 3 Brothers who have overcome addiction and are now touring Australia delivering their personal stories to inspire youth and people in our communities to put down the drink and drugs. Visiting schools, prisons, hospitals, rehab and community facilities, they address issues of mental health, suicide prevention, school disengagement, anger management, family relationships, healthier lifestyle choices and earlier intervention.

The Brothers will visit Brungle Tumut and Gundagai next. We hope to meet up with them in Canberra if not crossing paths with Clinton and the crew on the road before then!

https://www.facebook.com/Brothers4Recovery


Day 296: 2.30pm

Raymond Island. – Noonie


Day 296

Happy Birthday Noonie!


Day 261: Ballarat

Day 261: 6.30am

Good morning everyone that tonight we be making our way into Ballarat town. Tomorrow morning there going to be a event at Victoria park on Oak drive. Please get there at 10am as there going to BBQ, speaking and Wadawurrung traditional owners of the country area are going to do welcome to country to welcoming us into they country area. So please get there tomorrow at 10am.


Day 261: 8am

On our way towards Ballarat, we are walking on the Western Hwy and we be in Ballarat tonight. Then it Melbourne our second city yyyyyeeee


Day 261: 9.30am

Had a walk around Beaufort this morning to enjoy the town, of what I had time for. What part of this journey don’t I like. None. – Noonie


Day 261: 10.30am

Heading out of Beaufort. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 261: 4pm

I just got this thought message from Michelle Place

Hi Clinton, I have to start by saying you are a legend! Super inspiring and very brave, what a challenge you have set yourself for such an important cause. I am a teacher and I have been showing the kids what you are doing and they are so keen to give you support! Today we played in the Aboriginal Power Cup and we have added your hashtag to our Guernsey to show our love and support for you. You are inspirational and a modern day hero to me. What you are doing is so significant and meaningful, and I have loved following your journey so far👏 ❤️👊💙👐

Thank you Michelle Place and thank you guys for supporting the walk for justice. Keep following us we just getting started on the walk.


Day 261: 4pm

From Beaufort to the end of the day for us. Then we will spend the night in Ballarat. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 261: 5.30pm

It was a day of people stopping today, good and wonderful people. – Noonie


Day 261: 6pm

“Clinton Pryor, 27, believes indigenous elders should be given full control of their communities.
Mr Pryor was involved in protests on Heirisson Island in Perth last year over the forced closure of WA indigenous communities when he decided to embark on foot to see Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.”

Article by Rebecca Gredley, Australian Associated Press, published on Perth Now.
Photo courtesy of Lydia Shaw Photography.


Day 261

Shared by Garry

[Admin] Dumbartung: http://www.dumbartungaboriginalcorporation.org/

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