Welcome to the Gunaikurnai Traditional Owner Land Management Board Website.

The purpose of this website is to provide information about the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010 joint management area of the Gunaikurnai people and information about the Gunaikurnai, their history, clans and special places.

The Gunaikurnai native title settlement package of 2010 included a consent determination and Indigenous Land Use Agreement. In addition there were a number of agreements under the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010 and Conservation Forests and Lands Act 1987 which includes a Recognition and Settlement Agreement (RSA), a Land Agreement and a Traditional Owner Land Management Agreement.

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Gunaikurnai meetings in Gippsland May 2016

20 May 2016

Gunaikurnai people will be receiving an information pack in their mail over the next week about joint management of parks and reserves, and it coincides with the current round of Gunaikurnai meetings across the region. The pack incl… Read More

​Parks plan being developed

14 October 2015

Important changes in the way 10 Gippsland parks and reserves will be managed are currently under discussion across the region. Gunaikurnai community members, along with Parks Victoria, visitors to the parks and other recreational users, a… Read More

Gunaikurnai People

Gunaikurnai people are the Traditional Owners of Gippsland. There are approximately 3,000 Gunaikurnai people, and their territory includes the coastal…

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Pelican, Lake King
Photo by David Rayside

Clans of Gunaikurnai

View the official spelling of the clans as endorsed by the Gunaikurnai Elders’ Council, and a brief description of each clan area.

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