A historic rainforest and other lands have been returned to Indigenous Australians

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Rainforest, Cape Tribulation, Daintree National Park, Queensland, Australia.

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Aerial view of rain forest. Daintree River. Daintree National Park. Queensland Australia.

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Australia’s Fraser Island Reclaims K’gari, Its Original Indigenous Name

The island, which is located roughly 200 miles north of Brisbane on the eastern coast of Australia, was inhabited by the Butchulla Aboriginal people for thousands of years. The group had been advocating for the island to be renamed for years.

  • Indigenous People’s Day
  • indigenous people
  • Queensland
  • Australia

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