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199801 [2015/12/08 04:07]
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199801 [2015/12/08 09:57]
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 **SYDNEY BUSHWALKER** is a monthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney Bush Walkers Inc, Box 4476 GPO Sydney 2001. To advertise in this magazine, please contact the Business Manager. **SYDNEY BUSHWALKER** is a monthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney Bush Walkers Inc, Box 4476 GPO Sydney 2001. To advertise in this magazine, please contact the Business Manager.
  
-|**Editor**|Patrick Jarnes, 5/2 Hardie Street, Neutral Bay 2089, Telephone 9904 1515|+|**Editor**|Patrick James, 5/2 Hardie Street, Neutral Bay 2089, Telephone 9904 1515|
 |**Business Manager**|George Mawer, 42 Lincoln Road, Georges Hall, Telephone 9707 1343| |**Business Manager**|George Mawer, 42 Lincoln Road, Georges Hall, Telephone 9707 1343|
 |**Production Manager**|Fran Holland| |**Production Manager**|Fran Holland|
-|**Printers**|Kenn Clacher, Tom VVenman, Barrie MurdoCh, Margaret Niven & Les Powell|+|**Printers**|Kenn Clacher, Tom Wenman, Barrie Murdoch, Margaret Niven & Les Powell|
  
 **THE SYDNEY BUSH WALKERS INCORPORATED** was founded in 1927. Club meetings are held every Wednesday evening at a pm at Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre, 16 Fitzroy Street, Kirribilli (near Milsons Point Railway Station). Visitors and prospective members are welcome any Wednesday. **THE SYDNEY BUSH WALKERS INCORPORATED** was founded in 1927. Club meetings are held every Wednesday evening at a pm at Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre, 16 Fitzroy Street, Kirribilli (near Milsons Point Railway Station). Visitors and prospective members are welcome any Wednesday.
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 If you would like to be involved in Conservation issues please phone Bill Holland, Conservation Secretary on 9484 6636 (business and after hours). If you would like to be involved in Conservation issues please phone Bill Holland, Conservation Secretary on 9484 6636 (business and after hours).
  
-===== Aboriginal Ownership of National Parks in NSW by Vivien Dunne*, from the Bushwalker, Nov. 1997. =====+===== Aboriginal Ownership of National Parks in NSW ===== 
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 +by Vivien Dunne*, from the Bushwalker, Nov. 1997.
  
 The National Parks and Wildlife Amendment (Aboriginal Ownership) Act 1996# relating to Aboriginal Ownership of National Parks passed through both houses of the NSW Parliament unopposed in December 1996. For some more conservative members of the community the passing of The Act was seen as cause for concern and greeted with alarm, but for others it was heralded as a significant step in providing for the rights of Australia's indigenous peoples. The National Parks and Wildlife Amendment (Aboriginal Ownership) Act 1996# relating to Aboriginal Ownership of National Parks passed through both houses of the NSW Parliament unopposed in December 1996. For some more conservative members of the community the passing of The Act was seen as cause for concern and greeted with alarm, but for others it was heralded as a significant step in providing for the rights of Australia's indigenous peoples.
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 Joint management will be established for parks and reserves listed on Schedule 14 through the appointment of Boards of Management. The Boards will be required to exercise management, care and control in accordance with the provisions of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 and at this stage five parks have been listed for return to Aboriginal ownership. Joint management will be established for parks and reserves listed on Schedule 14 through the appointment of Boards of Management. The Boards will be required to exercise management, care and control in accordance with the provisions of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 and at this stage five parks have been listed for return to Aboriginal ownership.
  
-1. Mootwingee NP and Historic Site, and Coturaundee Nature Reserve near Broken Hill +  - Mootwingee NP and Historic Site, and Coturaundee Nature Reserve near Broken Hill 
-2. Mungo NP +  Mungo NP 
-3. NSW Jervis Bay NP near Nowra +  NSW Jervis Bay NP near Nowra 
-4. Mount Yarrowyck Nature Reserve near Armidale +  Mount Yarrowyck Nature Reserve near Armidale 
-5. Mount Grenfell Historic Site near Cobar+  Mount Grenfell Historic Site near Cobar
  
 The most important points to note in The Amendment are as follows:- National Parks will be approved for Aboriginal ownership subject to a lease-back arrangement between the indigenous owners and the relevant State or Commonwealth authority and will include the payment of rent for the lease of the land. The term of the lease will be for a period of 30 years with allowance made for renewal of the term, periodic review and provision for replacement. The most important points to note in The Amendment are as follows:- National Parks will be approved for Aboriginal ownership subject to a lease-back arrangement between the indigenous owners and the relevant State or Commonwealth authority and will include the payment of rent for the lease of the land. The term of the lease will be for a period of 30 years with allowance made for renewal of the term, periodic review and provision for replacement.
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 =====A BICYCLE IN BURGUNDY===== =====A BICYCLE IN BURGUNDY=====
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 by Tom Wenman by Tom Wenman
  
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